[Athen] Re: Error in MathType 6.8 and Word 2010?
wink.harner at mesacc.edu
Mon Jul 30 15:37:43 PDT 2012
Can you disable "auto-format as you type" to remove automatic space insert?
On Jul 30, 2012 3:27 PM, "Sean J Keegan" <skeegan at stanford.edu> wrote:
> I just did another check and it appears this happens when adding an
> equation using the other input options as well (Display Equation, etc.).
> So, it's not just when you insert an Inline Equation, but when you insert
> any equation with MathType 6.8 that you get the extra space after the
> equation. If you turn on the Reveal Hidden Characters option, you will see
> Take care,
> On 7/30/12 3:20 PM, Sean J Keegan wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> We have been trying out Word 2010 and the new MathType 6.8 application
>> and have discovered a rather disconcerting result.
>> When entering a new inline equation into Word 2010, MathType 6.8
>> *automatically* adds a space after the equation. While this is not a
>> major problem if the equation occurs in the middle of a sentence, this
>> creates a significant problem if the following character after the
>> equation is supposed to be a comma or a period. This can cause a major
>> pain if trying to go to Braille via Duxbury. Please note - the extra
>> space is not happening in the MathType equation editor window, but
>> rather is in the MS Word document itself and happens when you press the
>> Inline Equation option.
>> Has anyone else encountered this issue? Is there a setting that one can
>> set such that MathType does not automatically include a space after the
>> Rather than just entering the equation, MathType appears to be also
>> trying to visually format our document as well.
>> Take care,
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