This post helps you to write an equation or formula in* Microsoft Word* on simple terms.

Microsoft Word provides a wide range of symbols and structures to create mathematical equations and chemistry formulas in your Word document.

## Inserting an Equation or Formula in Word

- To get started, bring the cursor where you want to insert an equation or formula in your Word document.
- Go to the
**Insert tab**in the ribbon. - Click the
**Equation**button in the**Symbols**group.

Click the down arrows on the **Equation **button to get build-in equations and select the required equation by clicking on it.

## How to create an Equation or Formula in Word?

- To create an equation, click on the
**Equation**button or select the**Insert New Equation**option from the pop-down menu. - Enter the equation you want in the equation box that appears on your screen.

- You can get all the symbols and structures for the equation from the
**Design**tab of the equation tools.

- Also, you can convert the equation into
**Linear**and**Professional**form using the**Convert**button in the**Conversions**group. - In Microsoft Word, we are also having the
**Latex**conversion option in the**Conversions**group.

To insert or create another equation in your Word document, click the **Equation **Button in the **Tools **group, and use the same procedure.

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