How to Use Ink Equations in Microsoft PowerPoint

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Ink Equations allows you to "write" equations on a tablet device using a stylus or your finger and then converts them to text. If you are not using a touchscreen device, you can do the same using a mouse. To employ Ink Equations just follow these few steps.

  1. To use Ink Equations, from the Insert tab of the Ribbon, in the Symbols group, select Equation and then choose Ink Equation. Ink Equation
  2. A dialog box opens where you can "write" your equation and then click Insert to add it to your slide. Dialog Box

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