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Manually Aligning Formula Parts Manually Aligning Formula Parts
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<bookmark_value>aligning; characters in %PRODUCTNAME Math</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>formula parts; manually aligning</bookmark_value> <bookmark_value>aligning; characters in %PRODUCTNAME Math</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>formula parts; manually aligning</bookmark_value>
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<variable id="align"><link href="text/smath/guide/align.xhp" name="Manually Aligning Formula Parts">Manually Aligning Formula Parts</link></variable> <variable id="align"><link href="text/smath/guide/align.xhp" name="Manually Aligning Formula Parts">Manually Aligning Formula Parts</link></variable>
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How do you align characters in $[officename] Math quickly and easily? How do you align characters in $[officename] Math quickly and easily?
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To accomplish this, you must define empty groups and character strings. They do not require any space, but carry information that helps in the alignment process. To accomplish this, you must define empty groups and text strings. They do not require any space, but carry information that helps in the alignment process.
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To create empty groups, enter curly brackets <emph>{}</emph> in the Commands window. In the following example, the goal is to achieve a line break so that the plus signs are beneath one another, even though one less character is entered in the upper line: To create empty groups, enter curly brackets <emph>{}</emph> in the Commands window. In the following example, the goal is to achieve a line break so that the plus signs are beneath one another, even though one fewer character is entered in the upper line:
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Empty character strings are a simple way to ensure that texts and formulas are left-aligned. They are defined using double inverted commas "" . Make sure you do not use any typographic inverted commas. Example: Empty text strings are a simple way to ensure that text strings and formulae are left-aligned. They are defined using double inverted commas "" . Ensure you do not use any typographic inverted commas. Example:
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"A further example." newline a+b newline ""c-d "A further example." newline a+b newline ""c-d
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Changing Default Attributes Changing Default Attributes
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<bookmark_value>attributes; changing in $[officename] Math</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>font attributes;changing defaults</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>formatting;changing default attributes</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>defaults;changing default formatting</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>changing;default formatting</bookmark_value> <bookmark_value>attributes; changing in $[officename] Math</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>font attributes;changing defaults</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>formatting;changing default attributes</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>defaults;changing default formatting</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>changing;default formatting</bookmark_value>
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<variable id="attributes"><link href="text/smath/guide/attributes.xhp" name="Changing Default Attributes">Changing Default Attributes</link></variable> <variable id="attributes"><link href="text/smath/guide/attributes.xhp" name="Changing Default Attributes">Changing Default Attributes</link></variable>
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Can default formats in $[officename] Math be modified? Can default formats in $[officename] Math be modified?
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Some parts of formulas are always formatted bold or italic by default. Some parts of formulae are always formatted bold or italic by default.
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You can remove these attributes using "nbold" and "nitalic". Example: You can remove these attributes using "nbold" and "nitalic". Example:
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In the second formula, the a is not italic. The b is bold. You cannot change the plus sign by this method. In the second formula, the a is not italic. The b is bold. You cannot change the plus sign by this method.
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Merging Formula Parts in Brackets Merging Formula Parts in Brackets
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<bookmark_value>brackets; merging formula parts</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>formula parts; merging</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>fractions in formulas</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>merging;formula parts</bookmark_value> <bookmark_value>brackets; merging formula parts</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>formula parts; merging</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>fractions in formulae</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>merging;formula parts</bookmark_value>
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<variable id="brackets"><link href="text/smath/guide/brackets.xhp" name="Merging Formula Parts in Brackets">Merging Formula Parts in Brackets</link></variable> <variable id="brackets"><link href="text/smath/guide/brackets.xhp" name="Merging Formula Parts in Brackets">Merging Formula Parts in Brackets</link></variable>
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Inserting fractions into formulas Inserting fractions into formulae
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In the case of a fraction whose numerator and denominator consist of a product, a sum, and so on, the values that belong together must be bracketed together. In the case of a fraction whose numerator and denominator consist of a product, a sum, and so on, the values that belong together must be bracketed together.