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  1. hustlas4ever

    hustlas4ever

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    hi..Our professor gave us 3 plates for our final project...
    I'm the one tasked to type the equations in our group...
    My question is, how do I type the letters with lines above them...
    (for example the A prime = Ā...this the only one available in MS Word)

    I am using MS Word 07...

    thanks...
     
  2. LTX71CM

    LTX71CM

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    May 23, 2010
    It's a pain but you can use the built in character map found in the depths of the Windows Start menu. Alternately you can use Alt+xxxx codes as outlined here -> http://fsymbols.com/alt-codes
     
  3. hustlas4ever

    hustlas4ever

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  4. (*steve*)

    (*steve*) ¡sǝpodᴉʇuɐ ǝɥʇ ɹɐǝɥd Moderator

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    Remember though that Ā is not the same as A'. The latter is A prime, the former is A bar.

    Ā is often an inverted form of A (Boolean logic), whereas A' is something derived from A (mathematically it is frequently the notation given for the first derivative of A)
     
  5. KMoffett

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    MS Word 3 has math symbols, so I assume Word 7 has them too.

    Insert > Objects > Create New > Microsoft Equation 3.0 > this beings a math editor tool.

    Ken
     
  6. ericsully

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    This helped me out as well thanks!
     
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