Context English Hausa
keyboard.xhp
par_id3150213
help.text
Choose the command <emph>Insert - Object - Formula</emph>.
limits.xhp
par_id1965697
help.text
Click in the input window and enter the following line:
newline.xhp
par_id3154702
help.text
Create a line break by using the "newline" command. Everything coming after the line break is placed on the next line.
keyboard.xhp
hd_id3154554
help.text
Elements pane
align.xhp
par_id3143229
help.text
Empty character strings are a simple way to ensure that texts and formulas are left-aligned. They are defined using double inverted commas "" . Make sure you do not use any typographic inverted commas. Example:
main.xhp
hd_id3150199
help.text
Entering and Editing Formulas
comment.xhp
tit
help.text
Entering Comments
newline.xhp
tit
help.text
Entering Line Breaks
text.xhp
tit
help.text
Entering Text
comment.xhp
par_idN105D0
help.text
Example:
text.xhp
par_idN105D0
help.text
Examples:
limits.xhp
par_id3283791
help.text
From the list on the upper part of the Elements pane, select the <emph>Operators</emph> item.
limits.xhp
hd_id9881893
help.text
How can I define the limits in a Sum or Integral formula?
comment.xhp
hd_id3154657
help.text
How does one attach comments that don't appear in the document to a formula?
align.xhp
hd_id3154657
help.text
How do you align characters in $[officename] Math quickly and easily?
text.xhp
hd_id8509170
help.text
How to enter direct text strings that do not get interpreted?
newline.xhp
hd_id3147339
help.text
How to write formulas in $[officename] Math over two lines (with manual line break):
keyboard.xhp
par_id3155625
help.text
If the Elements pane is open, use F6 to switch from the Commands window to the Elements pane and back.
limits.xhp
par_id3877071
help.text
If you don't like the font of the letters f and x, choose <item type="menuitem">Format - Fonts</item> and select other fonts. Click the <emph>Default</emph> button to use the new fonts as default from now on.
text.xhp
par_id755943
help.text
If you have set up Math to convert imported MathType formulas (in <switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC">%PRODUCTNAME - Preferences</caseinline><defaultinline>Tools - Options</defaultinline></switchinline> - Load/Save - Microsoft Office), you see the formula with a placeholder instead of the asterisk.