Google Docs Adds an Equation Editor

Eqation Editor

Hurray! Google is actually listening to and acting on users of Google Docs who are prompted to suggest additions they would like to see to the applications. Newest addition is a widely sought after  Equation Editor.

Available under the “Insert” menu, the editor allows you to type in full, clean equations for everything from standard high school physics to  mutlivariable calculus. Google Docs also highlighted its addition of subscript and superscript formatting so that you can add in simple exponents and label variables.

This is going to make a lot of mathematics students happy. I can’t wait to see what Google adds next to enhance Google Docs.

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1 Comment

  1. aQqaZX I bookmarked this link. Thank you for good job!



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