Context English Armenian, Classical (Armenia) (xcl)
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Entering Text
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Examples:
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Some formulas start with an = sign. Use "=" to enter that character as direct text.
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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.
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Change {*} to {} * {} as in the following formula:
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An imported MathType formula contains the following string
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You can also use W^"*" to enter the character as direct text.
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Some text strings get interpreted as operators automatically. Sometimes this is not what you want. If you want to write W<emph>*</emph> (a letter with a superscripted asterisk), the asterisk will be interpreted as a multiplication operator. Enclose the direct text within double quotes or add spaceholders.
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How to enter direct text strings that do not get interpreted?
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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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<bookmark_value>text strings; entering in $[officename] Math</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>direct text; entering in $[officename] Math</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>inserting;text in $[officename] Math</bookmark_value>
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Inserting Brackets
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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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<variable id="parentheses"><link href="text/smath/guide/parentheses.xhp" name="Inserting Brackets">Inserting Brackets</link></variable>
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In <item type="productname">%PRODUCTNAME</item> Math, can brackets be shown separately so that the distance between them is freely definable?
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<bookmark_value>brackets; inserting in %PRODUCTNAME Math</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>inserting;brackets</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>distances between brackets</bookmark_value>
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Entering Line Breaks
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Create a line break by using the "newline" command. Everything coming after the line break is placed on the next line.
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How to write formulas in $[officename] Math over two lines (with manual line break):
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<variable id="newline"><link href="text/smath/guide/newline.xhp" name="Entering Line Breaks">Entering Line Breaks</link></variable>