Try typing the following in an equation and see what happens (exactly as shown here - the underscore characters are actual underscore characters - also be sure to press space at the end of a command that starts with a \ sign) 5x^3+2x^2-5x+1(with the caret symbols - Word changes them to exponents for you!!!) (a+b)^2 \theta \beta \degree 54\degree +65\degree \sigma \Sigma \doubleR (x+1)/(2x-1) \quadratic 3\pi /4 \sum_(i=0)^n \int_ 1^3 \sqrt (2x+1)(for this one, make sure you press space after the closing bracket, then right click on the radical and see what options you get - you will be able to change it to 3rd root etc, even the 31st root!) (Type each of the above into an equation box ... not as regular text)

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Word 2007 Support:Microsoft no longer supports Word 2002. To support you in converting your Word files to Word 2007 her are some tips and resources.

## Word 2007 Add-In

This allows you to create easily graphs, perform calculations and solve for variables in Word eqautions, The add-in can be downloaded from: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?familyId=030fae9c-704f-48ca-971d-56241aefc764&displayLang=en

## Word 2007 Tips:

Try typing the following in an equation and see what happens (exactly as shown here - the underscore characters are actual underscore characters - also be sure to press space at the end of a command that starts with a \ sign)

5x^3+2x^2-5x+1 (with the caret symbols - Word changes them to exponents for you!!!)

(a+b)^2

\theta

\beta

\degree

54\degree +65\degree

\sigma

\Sigma

\doubleR

(x+1)/(2x-1)

\quadratic

3\pi /4

\sum_(i=0)^n

\int_ 1^3

\sqrt (2x+1) (for this one, make sure you press space after the closing bracket, then right click on the radical and see what options you get - you will be able to change it to 3rd root etc, even the 31st root!)

(Type each of the above into an equation box ... not as regular text)

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