Using Left/Right Arrow Keys in Mathematical Texthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/murrays/archive/2007/09/29/using-left-right-arrow-keys-in-mathematical-text.aspxPaul Libbrecht commented that there’s more to selection in math text than discussed in my first post on this subject. As usual, Paul is right. That post explains how one or more characters and/or math objects are selected. In addition the topicenTelligent Evolution Platform Developer Build (Build: 5.6.50428.7875)re: Using Left/Right Arrow Keys in Mathematical Texthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/murrays/archive/2007/09/29/using-left-right-arrow-keys-in-mathematical-text.aspx#10405039Mon, 25 Mar 2013 10:26:01 GMT91d46819-8472-40ad-a661-2c78acb4018c:10405039Robert<p>I'd be interested too. MurrayS3 I do not understand what they ⁅ (U +2045) and ⁆ (U +2046) as described in 3.20. could you explain if he is alt + =, thanks for everything.</p>
<div style="clear:both;"></div><img src="http://blogs.msdn.com/aggbug.aspx?PostID=10405039" width="1" height="1">re: Using Left/Right Arrow Keys in Mathematical Texthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/murrays/archive/2007/09/29/using-left-right-arrow-keys-in-mathematical-text.aspx#10256315Fri, 13 Jan 2012 13:52:59 GMT91d46819-8472-40ad-a661-2c78acb4018c:10256315Hermann Klinke<p>Under section 3.20 Math Zones in "Unicode Nearly Plain-Text Encoding of Mathematics" (v3) you mention that the characters U+2045 and U+2046 exist to identify the begin and end of a math zone. So I guess those are only used to store the math zones in the various Office formats, or is there another reason for having them in the linear format?</p>
<div style="clear:both;"></div><img src="http://blogs.msdn.com/aggbug.aspx?PostID=10256315" width="1" height="1">re: Using Left/Right Arrow Keys in Mathematical Texthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/murrays/archive/2007/09/29/using-left-right-arrow-keys-in-mathematical-text.aspx#6492235Sat, 24 Nov 2007 02:26:37 GMT91d46819-8472-40ad-a661-2c78acb4018c:6492235xtrongDE<p>I found a bug in Word 2007 Equation Editor. </p>
<p>1. press Alt+=</p>
<p>2. Type v_d^–jv_q^-</p>
<p>3. But, as soon as i type v_d^–jv_ word view goes to draft mode</p>
<p>4. Now, i try to go to original print layout display setting, but couldn’t go to that view anymore</p>
<p>5. It also make my document un-editable and I need to close that file. Aslo, I couldn’t see my previously saved equation formats in the drop-down list.</p>
<p>I have given some screenshots in my blog</p>
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<div style="clear:both;"></div><img src="http://blogs.msdn.com/aggbug.aspx?PostID=6492235" width="1" height="1">re: Using Left/Right Arrow Keys in Mathematical Texthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/murrays/archive/2007/09/29/using-left-right-arrow-keys-in-mathematical-text.aspx#5744998Sun, 28 Oct 2007 22:27:43 GMT91d46819-8472-40ad-a661-2c78acb4018c:5744998MurrayS3<p>In answer to David Coder's question, Alt+= is a toggle. So to turn on a math zone, you type Alt+= and then to end the math zone, you can type Alt+= too. That's the way I enter math into documents.</p>
<p>In answer to the previous question, Microsoft Works has its own editing engine and doesn't use RichEdit as far as I know.</p>
<div style="clear:both;"></div><img src="http://blogs.msdn.com/aggbug.aspx?PostID=5744998" width="1" height="1">re: Using Left/Right Arrow Keys in Mathematical Texthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/murrays/archive/2007/09/29/using-left-right-arrow-keys-in-mathematical-text.aspx#5620087Tue, 23 Oct 2007 10:43:20 GMT91d46819-8472-40ad-a661-2c78acb4018c:5620087anony.muos<p>Hey can you tell me please what version of RichEdit do Works versions use? Works 2000, 7, 8 and 9?</p>
<div style="clear:both;"></div><img src="http://blogs.msdn.com/aggbug.aspx?PostID=5620087" width="1" height="1">re: Using Left/Right Arrow Keys in Mathematical Texthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/murrays/archive/2007/09/29/using-left-right-arrow-keys-in-mathematical-text.aspx#5201374Sat, 29 Sep 2007 19:08:08 GMT91d46819-8472-40ad-a661-2c78acb4018c:5201374davidacoder<p>Very interesting post!</p>
<p>Just a stupid simple question: I use inline math zones a lot now (i.e. equations just within a paragraph), given that the keybord combination Alt+= is really quick and easy. In particular I use this a lot when I refer to a variable in text, for example, because it gets automatically formatted properly. Same for say a variable with a superscript, with previous versions of word I did that with the normal Word options for super/subscript and then formated those 2 or 3 characters as italic, now I just start a new math zone and everything looks great. The only thing that breaks the flow of it a bit is that I have to press right arrow to end the math zone. The arrow keys are located such that I cannot use them really with then finger typing... Starting math zones works well and feels very natural, but right now the "flow" is broken whenever I end one. Is there another way to indicate that an inline math zone is done, that can be accessed with keyboard shortcuts that are in the area where one normally has ones hands?</p>
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