Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 Equation Editor
The benefits of using the Equation Editor in Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2010.
Students, professionals, and other people working in the technical field use presentations and reports to provide knowledge and to maximize knowledge transfer. However, before Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2010 arrived, there was still a struggle in presenting equations in presentations, since equations are a complex combination of symbols that you cannot just make up by typing. Students and general academic instruction rely on such beneficial tools, so in the new Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2010, the Equation Editor has been included for that purpose.
Here are some of the benefits and methods of applying the Equation Editor to your presentations:
- The drag and drop feature
- Availability of a variety of equations
- Professional looking reports
The drag and drop feature
The first thing you have to do to use the Equation Editor in Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2010 is to go to the ‘Insert’ tab. It will reveal a selection of tools that are set horizontally across the top portion, for easy access to the application’s key features. Look for the Equation Editor which is next to the ‘Symbols’ tab. When you click ‘Equation Editor’, you can easily select the equation(s) you need. It is a drop-down box and you can just drag and drop the equation from the editor to the work space. You can now set your equations wherever you want them to be on your presentation.
Availability of a variety of equations
There is a variety of equations that you can go for using Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2010 Equation Editor. You can go for the Pythagorean Theorem, Fourier Series, Quadratic Equations, Expansion of a Sum, Binomial Formula, and many more. You will surely have a fun time presenting mathematical reports because you have a great diversity of tools at your disposal.
With the Equation Editor included in Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2010, you can now create professional looking academic reports or presentations. It is not difficult anymore to scan a good quality equation, and you can fully integrate your lessons or your reports into your PowerPoint® presentation. Math has never been this easy so take advantage of this great new feature.