Mathematics and formatting
andre.kesteloot at verizon.net
Sun Jun 7 15:33:52 CDT 2009
I wanted to write in a paper (in Word for Windows) "not A" , that is,
the letter A with a horizontal bar over it.
If you Google "word overline", this is what you find:
1. Go where you want to insert your "not A".
2. Press Ctrl-F9. You'll see a pair of braces. This is "equation mode".
3. Type this: EQ \x \to(A)
4. Press Shift-F9 to get out of the mode.
Bizarre and awkward, to say the least
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