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    Editors

    Working on sequences and summations and need some help badly. But I don't want to do it with confusing jargon trying to use a regular keyboard, can someone suggest a good editor, or is there a link somewhere in the forum for such a thing?

    Thanks and sorry, will post for help when I fix that.
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    You can consider an add-on for MSWord: Design Science - How Science Communicates.

    As standalone word processor there is EXP: The Scientific Word Processor.
    Karl Smith says he wrote over fifty textbooks using it.
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    I have not tried it, but there is LyX, a free word processor based on LaTeX. So you should be at least able to typeset a formula using buttons, etc., and then convert it to LaTeX and post it in this forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emakarov View Post
    I have not tried it, but there is LyX, a free word processor based on LaTeX. So you should be at least able to typeset a formula using buttons, etc., and then convert it to LaTeX and post it in this forum.
    I would recomend LyX as well, but I'm not sure its the sort of thing the OP is looking for

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