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OpenOffice Tutorial: Enter the expression "a over b"

How-To: OpenOffice Tutorial: Enter the expression "a over b"
  1. To enter the expression "a over b" first click on the Math commands window here.
  2. Next, type in the first variable. In this case it is the letter "a."
  3. Then, after leaving a space, enter the division or fraction symbol "over" by typing in the word "over."
  4. Afterwards, type in the next variable. In this example we have entered the letter "b."
  5. Great! We have entered the expression "a over b." Congratulations!

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Enter the expression "a over b"

This screencast demonstrates how to enter the division "a over b". You learn:

  • How to look for the
  • How to enter the "over" or fraction symbol.
  • How to enter the expression "a over b."

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