# Difference between revisions of "Talk:Documentation/OOo3 User Guides/Math Guide"

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+ | : Insert > Object > Formula is explicitly for OPENING the Math editor from the parent document. The Math editor is designed to be called from within other documents. | ||

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+ | : If you want to create a formula and use it in multiple documents, create your formula, save it, and then insert the saved file into your documents. You can also use the [http://extensions.services.openoffice.org/project/eurooffice-formula-converter Formula converter extension] and convert your formula to a PNG and insert the image wherever you need that common formula. --[[User:Ccornell|ccornell]] 13:21, 5 April 2011 (UTC) |

## Revision as of 13:21, 5 April 2011

Just exactly WHERE is the Insert function?

I am trying to Insert > Object > Formula in a blank math document, per the wiki instructions, to no avail.

My end goal is to be able to select what I see after entering the formula, so that I may copy and paste it to other documents.

As it is, if I try to copy and paste, I can only get the language used to enter the formula, not what you see above the entry box.

Thanx!

- Insert > Object > Formula is explicitly for OPENING the Math editor from the parent document. The Math editor is designed to be called from within other documents.

- If you want to create a formula and use it in multiple documents, create your formula, save it, and then insert the saved file into your documents. You can also use the Formula converter extension and convert your formula to a PNG and insert the image wherever you need that common formula. --ccornell 13:21, 5 April 2011 (UTC)