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#### HenryAlive

use the equation insert capability I get the Cambria font. I want to change

Cambria to Calibri.

I can change the size of the font easy enough but not the face.

So how to do this please?

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use the equation insert capability I get the Cambria font. I want to change

Cambria to Calibri.

I can change the size of the font easy enough but not the face.

So how to do this please?

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determined by the availability of math fonts, the chances being that you

will only have Cambria Math available. If you have others they should be

offered in the equation options which you can access by clicking the arrow

in the bottom right corner of the Tools section of the Equation Design

ribbon.

An alternative would be to use the older Equation editor (Insert Object >

Microsoft Equation 3). You *may* have to re-run Office setup to add that

function.

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Graham Mayor said:I believe the ability to change fonts in Word 2007's new equation editor is

determined by the availability of math fonts, the chances being that you

will only have Cambria Math available. If you have others they should be

offered in the equation options which you can access by clicking the arrow

in the bottom right corner of the Tools section of the Equation Design

ribbon.

An alternative would be to use the older Equation editor (Insert Object >

Microsoft Equation 3). You *may* have to re-run Office setup to add that

function.

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Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com

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Graham, many thanks for your good advice. I followwee the suggestion on your site and have posted a suggestion to Microsoft to fix the issue.

For now I will work with Calibri as the general fone and use Cambria for the

math. Cambria math in the equation format is not too different from Calibri

and so the mix will have to do. Basically I don't have the time or the money

to go chasing and experimenting on this. But the outcome it is not quite

fully prpofessional is it? Regards, thanks again

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HenryAlive said:For now I will work with Calibri as the general fone and use Cambria for

the

math. Cambria math in the equation format is not too different from

Calibri

and so the mix will have to do. Basically I don't have the time or the

money

to go chasing and experimenting on this. But the outcome it is not quite

fully prpofessional is it? Regards, thanks again

Actually it is. By using a slightly different font for your equations, you

give a visible clue as to what parts of a sentence are actually variables in

your equation and should be interpreted as such by the reader. So using a

different font for your equations actually enhances the readability of the

document.

Yves