MS Word: How Do I See Equations Using Word 2011?

This tutorial explains how to allow equations typed in mathtype to show in Word 2011.

1. Be sure that Print Layout View is selected. It is located bottom left of the window.

1. Be sure that Print Layout View is selected.  It is located bottom left of the window.

2. In each of these boxes, there should have been an equation. Follow the next step to correct this.

2. In each of these boxes, there should have been an equation.  Follow the next step to correct this.

3. Go to the top menu bar to MathType. Choose the Convert Equations menu item. (Complete this step several times until all equations are added!)

3. Go to the top menu bar to MathType.  Choose the Convert Equations menu item. (Complete this step several times until all equations are added!)

If you do not have Mathtype, you can install MathType as a free trial. After the trial expires, it reverts to a free version that still has all the functionality required for what we're doing. Here's a link to the free download:

http://www.dessci.com/en/products/MathType%5FMac/trial.asp

Please notice the part of the page that describes "MathType Lite".

3. Check the top two items and select "Whole document" and "MathType equations (OLE objects). Click "Convert".

3. Check the top two items and select "Whole document" and "MathType equations (OLE objects).  Click "Convert".

4. The equations should come into the document. An example is below.

4. The equations should come into the document.  An example is below.