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Is Math compatible with the equation editor of Microsoft Word?

Math provides import and export filters for MathType from Design science. (The equation editor of Microsoft Word is a limited version of MathType.)

When exporting from Writer to Microsoft Word, OpenOffice.org converts embedded Math formulas to MathType.

When importing from Microsoft Word to Writer, OpenOffice.org does the reverse conversion.

As with any file type conversion you should of course be aware that Math and MathType have different capabilities and this will affect the results.

If you prefer to keep the formulas in the original format, you can change this behavior in the configuration:

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