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Schedule and Outline for MathType Training

The schedules below are given as examples only, and are not intended to represent the exact schedules that will be used on any specific training day. Our trainers will work with you to insure the training is structured to meet the needs of your personnel.

Full-day Session

9:00-9:50 Introduction
Using MathType with Microsoft Word
Opening MathType
Navigating MathType
Inline & display equations
Fractions & square roots
Subscripts & superscripts
Keyboard shortcuts
Including text in an equation
10:00-10:50 New features in MathType (not in Equation Editor)
Editing old equations (and documents with Equation Editor equations)
Customizing MathType
Keyboard shortcuts
MathType’s toolbars
Using matrices
Fonts, styles, and sizes
11:00-11:50 Inserting symbols not on the MathType symbol palettes
Advanced uses of MathType
Systems of equations
Dimensional analysis
Step-by-step examples with comments
Equations for Web pages
Chemistry notation
11:50-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:50 Using MathType with other software
Other word processors
Macintosh software
Web page authoring tools
Using MathType with Microsoft PowerPoint
Wrap-up
2:00-4:00 Individual projects and tutorials
(Note: This period has proven to be extremely valuable because the individuals are working on projects they will actually use in the classroom or on the job. The trainer will be available during this time for individual assistance and tutorials.)

Half-day Session

1:00-2:30 Introduction
Using MathType with Microsoft Word
Opening MathType
Navigating MathType
Fractions & square roots
Subscripts & superscripts
Keyboard shortcuts
Including text in an equation
Customizing MathType
Keyboard shortcuts
MathType’s toolbars
Fonts, styles, and sizes
2:45-4:00 Inserting symbols not on the MathType symbol palettes
Using MathType with other software
Web page authoring tools
PowerPoint
Wrap-up

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