Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Writing math equations with pen and ink, part of Office 2016 New Features.
- When it comes to inserting math equations…into your Word documents, your Excel spreadsheets,…even PowerPoint presentations, there were options there.…In OneNote, however, you could use something…known as Ink mode.…So if you had a touchscreen, you could use your finger…to write out the equation.…It would be converted into a typed format.…Well, you can actually do that now in Word, PowerPoint,…and Excel 2016, and that's what we're going to explore here.…I happen to be in Word, but you could be in Excel…or PowerPoint.…I'm going to start with a fresh canvas here.…
I'm going to click File.…Select New.…Blank document, clicking that gives me a nice, clean slate,…and now I'm going to add my equation.…Now, we could always go to the Insert tab.…You'll see Equation way over here on the right-hand side.…Click the drop-down to see some presets,…or just click Equation to insert a new equation that's…a blank placeholder, or you'll notice a new option now,…and that is Ink Equation.…Okay. We can use our own handwriting this way.…
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