Context English Hausa
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<variable id="text"><link href="text/smath/guide/text.xhp" name="Entering Text">Entering Text</link></variable>
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Working with Limits
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Write the formula into your text
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You can also use W^"*" to enter the character as direct text.
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You can compose formulas using the Elements pane. Open it with the menu <emph>View - Elements</emph> if it is not already open.
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You can control $[officename] Math without a mouse.
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You can remove these attributes using "nbold" and "nitalic". Example:
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You can set individual brackets using "left" and "right", but the distance between the brackets will not be fixed, as they adapt to the argument. Nevertheless, there is a way to display brackets so that the distance between them is fixed. To accomplish this, place a "\" (backslash) before the normal brackets. These brackets now behave like any other symbol and the alignment is the same as with other symbols:
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You see the Math input window and the Elements pane on the left.
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You want to insert a summation formula like "summation of s^k from k = 0 to n" at the cursor in a Writer text document.