I am in a statistics class and need to display a formula in Word. How can I get a mathematical formula in Word?

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Why do I get underlined red font characters when not selected? - 5. Trusted Network Location - macro security error

In Word 2007, we need to set up a trusted location on our network for workgroup templates. We have set the workgroup template file location so we see the templates when selecting Office button | New. We have added that network location as a Trusted Location in the Trust Center (being sure to check the allow locations on my network checkbox). When selecting the template from Office button | New, however, we still get the Macros have been disabled message. These templates are saved as .dotm as they have VBA macros. Is there some other setting we are missing? Thanks for any help. Cheryle

I am in a statistics class and need to display a formula in Word. How can I get a mathematical formula in Word?

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3.Creating cross-references to math formulas

Is there a way to create a cross-reference to a math formula -- including a reference that is located in a separate table from the one that contains the formula? If so, is there any way to make the cross-references auto-update (or do they have to be selected and F9'd every time the data returned by the math formulas changes)? Thanks.

4.How format numbers resulting from 'math' formulas in WORD tabl

Hi - I need to create a very simple user form with a text box so that user can enter a value that box to be used to complete very simple math equations: Crude example: User enters: X Userform will calculate: (X*1000)+6 = Y Userform will then calculate: Y*4 = 8024 Userform will then paste the values ('2006' and '4012') into the document in the appropriate spots (using doc variables that I already know how to do) So, really, my only question is how to make formulas work using VBA. TIA! -sol

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