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Windows 7: Free 'special text' writer


12 Dec 2012   #1

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Free 'special text' writer

Looking for help in creating algebracic and calculus script. To be able to write maththematical expressions simply in an essay for example . Free. I'd like to share my mathematical knowledge on the internet but difficult to 'type it'. Have no scanner or maybe write by hand and scan but how to use that type of doucument I'd have to learn.

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12 Dec 2012   #2

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Hi alitheturk and welcome to Seven Forums. It may be overkill but Libre Office, which is a free office suite has a math module which should do it for you. There are also math extensions for it that you can add if the built in one doesn't do the job. Here is the link.Home LibreOffice and the link to a math extension. Dmaths — LibreOffice Extensions
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14 Dec 2012   #3

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Want to say Thank You for reading my question and replying to it. I haven't used your info yet .But I wanted to respond
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14 Dec 2012   #4

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Thanks for the update. let us know when you have tried it.
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