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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Example 2:

For this example we will suppose that:

  • We want to enter the above formula (the value of pi rounded to 5 decimal places).

  • We know the name of the Greek character (“piâ€).

  • But we do not know the markup associated with the symbol.

Step 1: Type “%†followed by the text “piâ€. This displays the Greek character .

Step 2: Open the Selection window (View > Selection).

Step 3: The symbol is a relation, so we click on the relations button . If you hover the mouse over this button you see the tooltip “Relations†(Figure 396).

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Step 4: Delete the <?> text and add “3.14159†at the end of the equation. Hence we end up with the markup “ %pi simeq 3.14159 â€. The result is shown in Figure 397.

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