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Tech Tip of the Week:  October 19 - 25, 2014

Create Equations in Excel 2010

In Excel 2010 you can insert common mathematical equations into your worksheets or build your own equations with the new equation editing tools. Here’s how:
 

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Click the Insert tab on the Ribbon

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In the Symbols group, click the arrow next to Equation

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Select from the equation gallery and the equation is inserted in a text box

To build your own equation:
 

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Insert a text box (or shape)

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Click to select the text box (or shape)

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Click the Insert tab on the Ribbon

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In the Symbols group, click Equation

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The Equation Tools Design Ribbon is displayed

 
 

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