How to create statistical characters and
symbols in Word:
 equation_editor:
Shows how to use the Equation Editor. Some symbols and
characters that can be created with the Equation Editor include:
,
,
,
,

install_equation_editor.doc  Unfortunately, Equation Editor
is no longer installed by default when installing Office.
This file shows how to install it (after Office had already been
installed) using Windows XP and Office XP Professional.
 inserting_symbols:
Shows how some characters, such as: Greek letters, ³,
and £,
can be inserted into a document by using Word’s "Insert
Symbol" option instead of using the Equation Editor.
 subscripts_and_superscripts:
Shows how to insert subscripts and superscripts using the Format>Font
method instead of using the Equation Editor. The file also
describes how to setup superscript and subscript shortcut keys.

equation_editor_examples:
Examples of what is and is not acceptable for projects.
Note that some of these files were originally created for Word 2000,
but they still can be used.

