Tips & Tricks
If you feel like you know MathType well enough to get by most of the time,
but have a nagging feeling you could be a lot more productive if you knew a
little more, you've come to the right place! Check back periodically for regular
installments of MathType Tips & Tricks—hints from the experts on how to
use MathType better and save even more time with it.
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If you are experiencing a problem using
MathType, we encourage you to refer to the MathType documentation and to browse through our
Technical Support Notices to find solutions to many common issues.
Send us your tips!
Some of our best tips come from people just like you—people who use MathType
every day and have discovered some really cool, useful ways to use the software.
If you have a killer tip you'd like to share with us, please
let us know. You don't have to put a lot of
effort into writing it up formally; just describe it in plain
language, and we'll do the rest. If we publish your tip in a future installment of MathType Tips &
Tricks, we'll happily acknowledge your contribution. (We won't publish your
email address on the Tip, and we never share your email or other personal data
with anyone else.)
Most recent tips:
- Add MathType commands to the Microsoft Office Quick Access Toolbar
- Creating true inline
equations in PowerPoint
- Insert and edit MathType equations in Word, using only the keyboard
- Rotating equations in PowerPoint
- Using a different numbering scheme in a
document's appendix than in the chapters
Tips by category:
Customizing MathType for you