How do I install the equation editor toolbar (word 2003)



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How do I install the equation editor toolbar (word 2003)

Postby michalchik » Sun, 09 Apr 2006 14:48:52 GMT

I am able to access the equation editor from insert/objects/microsoft
equation editor, but I can not find how to get he equation editor as a
toolbar. I need to edit a lot of equations and the insert menu is too
unwieldy. I have tried installing it from the tools/customize/toolbars
menu but I do not see any option that looks like the equation editor. I
know that he equation editor is available as a toolbar, I just saw it
today on a school computer. Where do I get it?



Re: How do I install the equation editor toolbar (word 2003)

Postby Graham Mayor » Sun, 09 Apr 2006 14:58:30 GMT

See the answer to the original question you posted about an hour ago! Be 
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