Microsoft OneNote and Equations

If you haven’t tried it yet, try inserting an equation (or just symbols) into Microsoft OneNote.  I have been doing some tutoring and find it really easy to dash off a PDF with some scribblings.

Couple of cool things:

  • if you type 2+2= [SPACE], then OneNote will do that calculation for you!
  • if you hold down CTRL+ALT as you drag a drawing or text you can get more precise placement, i.e. the text and image won’t snap to the grid.

Here’s a snippet from a recent PDF which I made, click the picture to see the whole PDF.

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