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Topic: Re: [mg4184] Re: (Q) Mathematica and Microsoft Equation Editor ?
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simon benninga

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Re: [mg4184] Re: (Q) Mathematica and Microsoft Equation Editor ?
Posted: Jun 16, 1996 2:13 AM
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When Mathematica 2.2.1 loads along with Microsoft Word 7 (I'm using
Windows 95), I have severe slowdown problems when using the Equation
editor. Everything still works, but the Equation Editor works at a
snail's pace.

On Tue, 11 Jun 1996, Harald Berndt wrote:

> Francis Berghmans wrote:
> >
> > Hello,
> >
> > after I had installed Mathematica I couldn't use the Microsoft Equation Editor
> > for Word for Windows any longer. I tried to reinstall the equation editor, but
> > that didn't help. I have a feeling that the installation of Mathematica is
> > responsible for that, although I have no strong evidence.
> >
> > Has anybody else reported on or experience with a similar problem ?
> >
> > Many thanks in advance for your reply to or
> >
> >
> > Francis

> Well, it would be a major shame if you couldn't get those to work
> together. I've used the combination very sucessfully on a Mac. We
> don't have Word for Windows here, so I have no experience with your
> particular setup. Have you tried to get help from Microsoft on this?
> --
> _______________________________________________________________
> Harald Berndt University of California
> Research Specialist Forest Products Laboratory
> Phone: 510-215-4224 FAX:510-215-4299
> _______________________________________________________________

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