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While using the Word 2007 Equation Editor, you may want to change your expression's appearance, justification, or other formatting options. This document illustrates how to format your mathematical expression.
Once you have created your mathematical expression, you may want to change how it looks.
In the Equation Editor, click the Formatting pulldown list
A list of formatting options appears.
The following table describes each option's function:
Image  Option  Function 

Save as New Equation...  Saves the equation into Word's list of builtin equations NOTE: Refer to Saving Custom Equations for more information. 

Professional  Displays the equation in two or more lines EXAMPLE: 

Linear  Displays the equation in a single line EXAMPLE: 

Change to Display/Change to Inline  Toggles the equation between Display (i.e., centered) and Inline (i.e., flush left) NOTE: Depending on the functions and operators in the equation, the equation may shrink when switching from Display to Inline. 

Justification  Aligns the equation Left, Right, Centered, or Centered as a Group NOTE: To activate the Justification option, the Change to Display/Change to Inline option must be set to Display. 
The Equation Options dialog box offers more formatting options, such as changing math fonts and justification within the Equation text box.
From the Insert menu, in the Symbols group, click EQUATION
OR
Select your equation
From the Design command tab, in the Tools group, click EQUATION OPTIONS
The Equation Options dialog box appears.
Make the desired changes
Click YES
Click OK