I am having problems writing a technical paper in microsoft word with calculus symbols and graphics. Can anyone tell me how to do this.
Originally posted by dduardo
Use openoffice instead. It's free and open source. It has built in mathematical layout tools to do things like latex. Here is a screenshot
Or if your stubborn and want to use Word then use latex.
Originally posted by manixc
hi, how do you do that with OOo 1.1?? I just need to write some simple formulas nothing fancy but I don't even know how to create fractions. plz help
??if you have access to a Unix machine, you can make higher-resolution versions of LaTeX graphics that will look better printed
The graphics generated by this site's LaTeX feature, for example, are low-resolution and would not look good printed on a page. If you actually run LaTeX on your own machine, you can specify any resolution you'd like for your images, and thus make them appear nice and smooth on the page.Originally posted by gnome
What were you referring to here: