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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Equations over more than one line

Suppose you want to type an equation covering more than one line. For example:

x = 3\,\!

y = 1\,\!

Your first reaction would be to simply press the Enter key. However, if you press the Enter key, though the markup goes to a new line, the resulting equation does not. You must type the newline command explicitly. This is illustrated in the table below.

MarkupResult
x = 3
y = 1
x = 3 \ y = 1
x = 3 newline
y = 1
x = 3\,\!

y = 1\,\!


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