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OpenStudy (anonymous):

MICROSOFT WORD "Equation" function question: Suppose I wanted to write multiple lines of an equation, but have it kept in one "equation box". Do you know how it has those seperate special looking textboxes when you press the Equation button in which it writes equations? Is there any way of pressing Enter, while remaining in the same "Equation" textbox? I think a picture will clarify:

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Try hitting shift + enter

OpenStudy (anonymous):

It still creates a new blue box, but it does not give so much spacing as it did before. I guess there is no way to keep just one box for an entire set of statements, but thank you for your help.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Unfortunately I don't think there is another way, hope MS wil change this in the next version of Word

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