Adding mathematical equations


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Adding mathematical equations

One of the PowerPoint 2010's new features is the ability to add equations to your presentation. Users of Microsoft Word for the last decade have been able to do this. But those people using PowerPoint, professors especially of Physics, any kind of Science, have had it very difficult to add equations to their slideshow. With PowerPoint 2010, the same tools that are available in Microsoft Word are now available in PowerPoint. To demonstrate, we are going to add a new slide to our presentation. After we've shown our audience how they can come and see us in person or take a virtual tour online, we are going to add a new slide to show our audience the secret formula that we use for production.

We will change the layout, and through the Insert tab on the far right, we will pull down Equation. You'll see that PowerPoint comes with a number of equations already built-in. So this is the Pythagorean Theorem, the quadratic formula, and more. If I want to add one of these to my existing p...

Adding mathematical equations
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Adding mathematical equations provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 New Features

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