
26052008, 03:25 PM  #1 
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How do I put subscripts in an equation?
How do I put subscripts after variables in my equations? It is grayed out on
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27052008, 03:19 AM  #2 
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Re: How do I put subscripts in an equation?
Hi Mark,
What version of Word, and if Word 2007 are you using the Word Equation Editor on the ribbon, or the older MS Office Equation Editor? What is the equation you're trying to create? ================ <<"Mark Merrell" <Mark Merrell@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:4E450491C3D24C3AA911E0B197C0C0DB@microsoft.com... How do I put subscripts after variables in my equations? It is grayed out on the toolbar. Thanks, >>  Bob Buckland ?:) MS Office System Products MVP *Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends* 
27052008, 09:15 AM  #3 
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Re: How do I put subscripts in an equation?
Hi Bob,
I've got Word 2007 and am creating the equation using the equation button on the Insert tab. One formula I tried to create is the turns ratio for a transformer (NsubS/Nsubp = EsubS/EsubP). Mark "Bob Buckland ?:)" wrote: > Hi Mark, > > What version of Word, and if Word 2007 are you using the Word Equation Editor on the ribbon, or the older MS Office Equation Editor? > > What is the equation you're trying to create? > > ================ > <<"Mark Merrell" <Mark Merrell@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > news:4E450491C3D24C3AA911E0B197C0C0DB@microsoft.com... > How do I put subscripts after variables in my equations? It is grayed out on > the toolbar. > > Thanks, >> >  > > Bob Buckland ?:) > MS Office System Products MVP > > *Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends* > > > 
27052008, 02:21 PM  #4 
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Re: How do I put subscripts in an equation?
Sponsored Links Hi Mark,
In your equation control try typing N_s/N_p=E_s/E_p where the Underscore character should subscript the character(s) that follow until you type an operator, punctuation or a space. =============== <<"Mark Merrell" <MarkMerrell@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:BAA23765604249908919D8CD2D3BB309@microsoft.com... Hi Bob, I've got Word 2007 and am creating the equation using the equation button on the Insert tab. One formula I tried to create is the turns ratio for a transformer (NsubS/Nsubp = EsubS/EsubP). Mark >>  Bob Buckland ?:) MS Office System Products MVP *Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends* Sponsored Links 
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