I’ve already shared how to **insert math equation** in PPT, and it is the same with MS Word. If the built-in equations don’t meet the actual needs, you could edit or modify them by equation tools or even **write math equation** by using handwriting board, especially those with complex symbols and structures.

**Tip 1: Insert Math Equation**

1. Go to ** Insert** tab, find

**group and click**

*Symbols***button.**

*Equation*2. There are multiple equations in the drop-down list, then scroll down and select one of them to meet your actual needs.

3. If you do not find the specified equation under * Built-In*, just click

**there are always more choices for you in MS Word.**

*More Equation from Office.com,*4. When the equation has been inserted in Word document, ** Equation Tools **function will automatically appear in the Ribbon. Click

**and you can edit and modify**

*Design***or**

*Symbols***of the equation in these two related groups.**

*Structures***Tip 2: Write Math Equation**

1. Repeat the above steps, and click ** Ink New Equation** in the drop-down list of

**button.**

*Equation*2. The handwriting board will display on the page of Word, simply drag the mouse to **write math equation**. Note: If input error occurs, click the ** Erase** button and select the error part to clear it; if identification error occurs, click

**button, then select the symbol which need to be modified, and pick the correct one in the pop-up list to replace it. If you want to re-write the match equation, click**

*Select and Correct***button then everything in the handwriting board will be deleted.**

*Clear*
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