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MathType is a powerful interactive equation
editor for Windows and Macintosh that lets you create mathematical notation
for word processing, web pages, desktop publishing, presentations,
elearning, and for TeX, LaTeX, and MathML documents.

Why Upgrade?

To get the latest features, bug fixes, and compatibility
maintenance changes for new versions of Microsoft Office
and other applications

MathType is a mature product
that has been around for 25 years, and we continually add
new features. Also, upgrading to the latest version of MathType
ensures maximum compatibility with applications you use
with MathType and with your computer's system software.
If you already use MathType, it is important that you upgrade
to the latest version in order to take advantage of these
enhancements.

MathType 6.7 New Features:

Virtually all MathType features
are enhanced in each major release. Here are some major
new features in MathType 6.7. To learn more about these
features, visit our Full Feature
List.

Mac OS Sierra (Version 10.12) Support:
MathType now supports Mac OS X Tiger (10.4.9) or later, including
Mac OS Sierra (version 10.12).

Apple iWork Support:
Apple has picked MathType as its equation
editor. If MathType is installed, a MathType
Equation item appears on the Insert menu in all
three iWork applications: Pages, Keynote, and
Numbers, including the versions released in October
2013 and updated in September 2016.

Microsoft Office 2011 Support: MathType
brings back its full functionality, including equation
numbering, within Word 2011. MathType is also compatible
with Office 2008 but not all features are available.
Please see
So what's the story with MathType
and Microsoft Office 2008? for details.
Please see FAQ
#17 for an explanation of compatibility with
Office 2016 for Mac.

Type
TeX/LaTeX directly into a Microsoft Word document:
If you already know the TeX typesetting language, you
can enter equations quickly using that language in either
the MathType editing window or directly into a Word
document using the new TeX Toggle command.

Copy spreadsheet cells and
word processing tables into
MathType as matrices: MathType lets you copy and paste
a range of cells in Excel or Numbers, or a table in
Word or Pages, and paste it into the equation you are
working on as a matrix. This saves you time by avoiding
typing and mistakes due to missing decimal points or
dropped digits.

Virtually all MathType features
are enhanced in each major release. Here are some major
new features in MathType 6.0.

Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
Support: MathType now supports Mac OS X versions
10.3.9 or newer, including version 10.6.3 also known
as Snow Leopard.

Intel Mac Support:
MathType is now a Universal application (also known
as a Universal Binary) which means that it runs
fast on both Intel and PowerPC Macs.

Apple iWork '09 Support:
Apple has picked MathType as its equation editor.
If MathType is installed, a MathType Equation item
appears on the Insert menu in all three iWork applications:
Pages, Keynote, and Numbers.

Microsoft Office 2008 Support: MathType
is compatible with Office 2008 but not all features
are available. Please see our
Full Feature List for details.

Define Equations using TeX/LaTeX:
If you already know the TeX typesetting language,
you can enter equations quickly using MathType's
TeX input mode. TeX editing can be mixed with point-and-click
editing so you get the best of both worlds. You
can also copy equations from existing TeX documents.

Copy and Author Equations from Wikipedia:
Wikipedia,
the popular online encyclopedia, contains 1000s
of pages with mathematical equations. Once you do
your research on Wikipedia, you can copy relevant
equations for use in your own work. You can also
copy MathType equations into Wikipedia's page editor
in order to create new pages or edit existing ones.

Equation Browsing:
The new equation browsing feature allows you to
visit every equation and/or equation number and
reference in your Word document or PowerPoint presentation.

MathML Clipboard Support:
MathType can now copy equations to the Windows
clipboard using the new MathML Clipboard Format
that is supported by a growing number of mathematical
and scientific applications.

New, Improved Online
Help: We have combined MathType's user manual
and help into a single comprehensive help system,
featuring full text search and an extensive index,
and works with Apple Help. It contains tutorials
that teach you how to use MathType most efficiently
as well as contextual help for its commands and
dialogs.

MathType 6.0 equations are
compatible with MathType 5 equations so you can continue
to work with others even if they haven't upgraded yet.
MathType 6 will also retain any changes you've made
in your current version of MathType to keyboard shortcuts,
toolbars, preferences, etc.

MathType 5 New Features:

Just in case you haven't updated
your copy of MathType in a while, here are the new features
we introduced in MathType 5 and are included with MathType
6:

Color: You can color
all or part of an equation to match the color scheme
of your PowerPoint presentation, or to draw your
students' attention to a particular step in a derivation.

Insert Equation in Word:
MathType installs a toolbar into Microsoft Word,
giving you the ability to insert mathematical notation
inline or centered, with or without equation numbers,
with just a click. No need to use Word's clunky
"Insert Object" dialog.

MathType Commands in
Word: The MathType toolbar in Microsoft Word
also gives quick access to commands to renumber
equations on the fly, insert equation references,
or convert a Word document to a web page, all while
working in Word.

Export Equations:
Export all equations in a Word document as GIF or
EPS image files for use with web page construction
or desktop publishing applications such as Adobe
InDesign and QuarkXPress.

Insert Symbol Dialog:
Lets you explore the many math symbols present in
fonts you already have on your computer, fonts you
can purchase, or fonts you download for free. You
can insert them into your equations with a click
or, if you plan to use the symbol often, you can
assign a keyboard shortcut to it or drag it to the
toolbar.

Save Word documents as
math-savvy web pages: MathType's new MathPage™
feature allows you to save a web page where, unlike
Word's built-in "Save as Web Page" command, the
equations actually look good. Choose to make your
equation a GIF image or MathML, the W3C's XML standard
for math.

Customizable Keyboard
Shortcuts: Work faster by assigning keystroke
combinations to your favorite symbols and templates.

Unlimited Undo/Redo:
Everyone makes mistakes. Fix them faster by
undoing your equation edits you started, if necessary.

MathML 2.0 Support:
MathType's MathML translators have been updated
to the latest MathML Specification from the W3C.