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50g - edit existing equation in EQW - Adam Price - 10-26-2007
Suppose I have entered a long, complex equation with equation writer and tried it out with a known case and found that it is functioning as expected. I would like to take another look at the equation from within EQW - since it looks so nice there. How do I reopen it for editing? I know how to edit it as a standard line of text, but that EQW is so enticing!
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Re: 50g - edit existing equation in EQW - James M. Prange (Michigan) - 10-26-2007
With the equation on stack level 1, just press the CursorDown key to invoke EDITB, which, for an algebraic object, puts it into the equation writer editor.
Regards,
Re: 50g - edit existing equation in EQW - Adam Price - 10-26-2007
Well. That is easy enough, I think I can remember it - thank you very much!
Re: 50g - edit existing equation in EQW - James M. Prange (Michigan) - 10-26-2007
PS: If anyone would rather edit the object in the command line editor, just use LeftShift CursorDown to invoke EDIT. Personally, I find it easier to edit algebraic objects in the command line editor, although I do like the equation writer for viewing algebraic objects.
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