Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding math equations to notes, part of OneNote 2010 New Features.
In Microsoft Office 2007, the Equation Editor was only available in Microsoft Word.…It's now available in the other programs including OneNote 2010 as part of the…Microsoft Office 2010 Suite.…We're going to explore the Equation Editor using our AGM 2010 notebook in the…Event Planning section on the Attendees page.…We'll just click in a blank spot to add an equation.…Let's go to the Insert tab on the Ribbon.…In the Symbols group, you'll notice a button for Equations.…
When we select this, we see a preset list of equations to choose from.…So if you wanted to add for example the Expansion of a Sum, you can move down to…the list, and select it by clicking, and it's inserted onto your page.…You'll notice something that happens here.…The Equation is entered for you in its default format.…You can see it's highlighted.…And the Design tab has now appeared on the Ribbon under Equation Tools, giving…you access to all of the tools, the symbols, and structures that could be used…when creating and editing an equation.…
- Customizing the Ribbon interface
- Using the Quick Access toolbar for commonly used commands
- Applying preset styles
- Locating content with fast search
- Merging notebook sections
- Showing and hiding note authors
- Using highlighting to find changes
- Saving OneNote content to PDF or XPS
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. The User Interface
2. Improved Editing
3. Organizational Improvements
4. Universal Access to Notes
5. Sharing and Collaborating
6. Researching, Linking, and Protecting
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