Using Microsoft Equation Editor to Type Equations and Symbols with Ease
Presented at the 60th Annual Georgia Mathematics Conference at Rock Eagle, Eatonton, GA, October 17th, 2019
(Note: The attachments below are best viewed outside of G Suite because they make extensive use of Microsoft Equation Editor. )
I created this guide to help teachers type mathematics in a way that both saves time and looks professional. I had taught myself how to quickly type complex notations, such as limits and definite integrals, without lifting my hands off the keyboard to reach for the mouse, and I knew this was something that I needed to show other teachers too! Anything that helps us do our important work more efficiently is worth our time.
The presentation used a combination of the slides below as well as live demonstration of use of these shortcuts in both Word and PowerPoint, with Q&A interspersed throughout.