Microsoft Equation shortcut

  aidyjreeve 20:23 06 Jan 03
  aidyjreeve 20:23 06 Jan 03

In word can you paste Microsoft Equation to the tool bar? I find clicking Insert,then Object, then scrolling down until you find the equation editor rather long winded, especially when you use said item often.

  jazzypop 20:30 06 Jan 03

You certainly can in Word 2002.

Go to Tools > Customise, click the Commands tab, select Insert in the left frame, scroll down to Equation Editor in the right frame, drag the right-hand Equation Editor label onto the toolbar of your choice, release the button when it is at the location you desire.

As far as I know, this works for all recent versions of Word.

  VoG™ 22:35 06 Jan 03

You're right (as ever!). This works as far back as Word 6.

  jazzypop 22:51 06 Jan 03

Please don't say 'as ever' - it will only tempt the Gods to remind us that we are all mortal :)

DieSse in particular normally does a pretty good job of gently correcting me, for which I am extremely grateful :)

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