You can create editable math equation objects and place them in your documents.

- Choose
**Object**|**Create Math Equation**. - Create an equation in the Math Equation Creator dialog box by doing any of the following:
- Type alphanumeric letters.
- Select math symbols or Greek letters from the drop-down menu to insert them.
- Select appropriate math formats from the Math Formats drop-down list.
- Press the
**Right**or**Left Arrow**key to move the insertion point. You can also click your desired insertion point. - Use the Zoom In or Zoom Out icons to enlarge or reduce the size of the equation. You can also scroll the mouse wheel while holding down the
**CTRL**key. - When your equation is complete, press
**OK**. The equation will be placed at the center of the current document.

- Click the
**Insert Symbol**icon. - In the Insert Symbol dialog box, select a category from the drop-down menu.
- Do one of the following:
- Select a symbol and press
**Insert**. - Double-click on a symbol.
- Repeat steps 2 and 3 as needed.
- Click
**Close**to close the dialog box.

- Click the
**Insert Symbol by Unicode Value**icon. - Select a Unicode value type from the drop-down menu.
- Type the Unicode value of the symbol you want to insert.
- Click
**Insert**. - Repeat steps 3 and 4 as needed.
- Click
**Close**to close the dialog box.

Click the **Trash** icon located at the right side of the Insert Symbol by Unicode Value icon.

- Select the equation object.
- Do one of the following:
**Shift+drag**one of the corners of the equation object to retain the width and height proportionally.- Select
**Scale Proportional**from the drop-down menu in the Properties bar and set the Width and Height.

You can restore the equation to its default size by clicking **Restore Original Size** in the Properties bar.

- Select the equation object.
- Do one of the following:
- In the Properties bar, choose a color from the Equation Color drop-down menu.
- Apply another Fill color from the Toolbox.

- Select the equation object.
- In the Properties bar, click the
**Edit Equation**button. You can also double-click an equation object to open the Math Equation Creator dialog box. - Edit the equation.
- After finishing, click
**OK**.

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