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  • Blog Post: Math and equations in Office

    One of the most hidden features in Word 2007 is the equation editor – it allows you to input equations using the linear format and the equations that are generated are truly visualizing appealing.  There are some videos showing the use of equation editor, but I just see that Murray Sargent is the...
  • Blog Post: MSR Open Tools to Enhance Scientific Research Efforts Building on Science Commons Ontologies

    At ETech 2009 today, the announcement went out that Science Commons in conjunction with MSR External Research released the source code to two Word 2007 add-ins to allow scientists to markup terms and phrases in their documents/papers with ontologies, such as the ones at http://neurocommons.org . ...
  • Blog Post: Word for scientific publishing

    Here's an interview Jon Udell did w/ Pablo Fernicola about the Word Addin for Scientific publishing . Word for scientific publishing Pablo Fernicola is a group manager at Microsoft.  He runs a project focused on delivering tools and services for scientific and technical publishing, with a particular...
  • Blog Post: Word 2007 - Citations, Bibliography, and Equation Editor

    Here's a video from on10.net of the Citations, Bibliography, and Equation Editor features I mentioned previously - Word 2007 - Academic features: citation & bibliography tools To jump right to the Citation part - jump to the 3 min mark. Office 2007 - Microsoft Word Posted by Tina Wood on Feb 27 th...
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