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In my reports I do quite a bit of original math and formula writing from scratch; I think the current editor is decent (I don't know of any alternative), I'm able to get the job done, but it can be very tedious, especially if my formulas have many subscripts, superscripts, fractions, and brackets. I could really use a faster way if there is one available.
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