Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2007 Editor
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Editor is a formula used to demonstrate and draw mathematical equations. This is included in the Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 for the easy use of mathematical equations. This equation editor is created with simple user interface. A computer beginner could use this editor without any complex issues. This equation editor also contains built-in equations and the user could use it according to their wish. Using this tool, user could simplify the complex mathematical equations also. Each of the users could complete the tasks without spending a lot of time. If the user feels any complexity with this tool, some of the customer services provide an online technical support to help for those kinds of people.
- Helps to insert equations in Microsoft PowerPoint
- Custom equations creation
- Equation solving
Helps to insert equations in Microsoft PowerPoint
The equation editor helps the users to add equations to their documents. You could use the characters and commands provided by the equation editor to add equations to the presentations. To insert the equation, click the slide to which you want to insert the equation. Then, select the 'Object' in the 'Insert' option. After this, the equation editor would be displayed and you could choose the correct equation from the list.
Custom equation creation
If the user could not find the needed equation in the list, then they could create custom equations by using the library of mathematical equations provided by the equation editor in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. This would allow you to use any types of equations in the Microsoft PowerPoint presentations.
During presentations the users are using the black board to solve a particular equation. But using the equation editor you could solve the equations easily. For example, if you want to find the value of 'x' in the equation, 6x+4=10, then select the Equation Editor in the Objects option. Then type each of the steps in the equation solving process. During this solving you could return back to the presentation from the equation editor by choosing the option, 'Exit and Return to Presentation'. This would help you to complete the equation solving process without interrupting the presentation.