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Installing equation editor

Postby Z2Vz » Tue, 08 Nov 2005 09:19:57 GMT

I have a legal OEM copy of Office XP Professional, and need to install 
Equation Editor. I do not have the CD, and Dell, from whom I purchased the 
computer over two years, will not assist. I do not understand why this 
feature was omitted at installation. How can I get this feature without 
without buying Office again?

RE: Installing equation editor

Postby Z2FyZmllbGQtbi1vZGll » Tue, 08 Nov 2005 10:29:37 GMT

Download the MathType trial version from 
to purchase MathType at the end of the trial period, it will go into reduced 
functionality mode, but will still generally function like the Equation 
Editor that comes with Office XP.

RE: Installing equation editor

Postby Z2Vz » Tue, 08 Nov 2005 17:08:02 GMT

Thanks, That worked.

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Bob Jones
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< XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message 
news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
> Hello,
> I am trying to install the equation editor from my Microsoft Word v.X
> install CD, but have been stymied so far. I first insert the CD, double
> click on the value pack folder, and open the value pack installer.
> Everything seems to work fine to that point. I then select the Equation
> Editor from the available option in the value pack installer, and I
> click continue. After a couple of seconds of processing, an error
> message comes up:
> Error creating file.
> 1008:5,-5000 Access denied error
> "OK" is the only option, which then brings up "An error occurred that
> prevented the process from completing."
> Does anyone have any insight into this problem? I'm running OS X
> version 10.3. I'd really like to install equation editor.
> Thanks for any assistance!

2.Can't install equation editor

Did you specifically select the Equation Editor from Microsoft Office Tools
when you reinstalled? Do you not see Microsoft Equation 3.0 listed under
Insert | Object | Create New?

"Alyssa Kutska" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message
news:2d2401c373be$e81a6410$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
> I have Windows XP, but the equation editor is not
> accessible in Word. I have tried to reinstall Word, but it
> still didn't show. How can I get it?

3.How do I install Equation Editor in Word if I do not have the CD-R


I've gone through the steps via add/remove programs and it starts to install 
but then a box appears telling me I need to insert the "Microsoft Office XP 
Professional CD-ROM".  Problem is my computer came with MS Office installed 
so I have no such CD-ROM.

I'm studying engineering at university and really need an equation editor to 
write my notes. Can anyone help me?

4.Installing Equation Editor

I've tried unsuccessfully to install Equation Editor in my Office XP
professional file. I've even unistalled Office and reinstalled it . What's
going on? I'm using Windows XP home edition. Also, I have plenty of disk
space. do I install Equation Editor?

I've done as you told [control panel| Add/remove...| choose M.Office --> 
change button|first page choose add or remove features...] but on the second 
page I can't see the "office tool" to expand. (I use microsoft office 2003)

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