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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Markup

You can type the markup directly in the equation editor. For example, you can type “5 times 4" to obtain 5 \times 4. If you know the markup, this can be the fastest way to enter a formula.

Image:Tip.pngAs a mnemonic, the formula markup resembles the way the formula reads in English.

Below is a short list of common equations and their corresponding markup.

DisplayCommandDisplayCommand
a=ba = basqrt {a}
a2a^2ana_n
f(x)dxint f(x) dxansum a_n
a≤ba <= binfinity
a×ba times bx·yx cdot y

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