

Equations Everywhere and Anywhere™
Work with math in 700+ applications and websites! 

Features and Benefits of MathType^{TM}

Works with
700+ Applications & Websites:
Click the
Works With ... tab above to browse the full list of applications and websites that now work with MathType. Here are a few of the most popular:


More Ways to
Create Equations
 Entering
Math by Hand: Entering equations
as easily as you would write math
with paper and pencil! This feature
uses the builtin handwriting
recognition in Windows 7 and later.
 PointandClick
Editing with Automatic Formatting:
Create equations quickly by
choosing templates from MathType's
palettes and typing into their empty
slots. MathType applies mathematical
spacing rules automatically as you
type.
 Keyboard
Shortcuts: Save time using
keyboard shortcuts. MathType has
customizable keyboard shortcuts for
virtually every symbol, template,
and command.
 Type TeX
or LaTeX: If you already know
the TeX typesetting language, you
can enter equations directly into
MathType or Microsoft Word documents.
TeX editing can be mixed with pointandclick
editing so you get the best of both
worlds. You can even paste in
equations from existing TeX
documents.
 CopyandPaste:
If you created your equation in
another application or found one on
a website, why take the time to
create it by hand again? Simply CopyandPaste
it directly into MathType, and it is
ready to edit or use in your work.
 Save
Expressions in the Toolbar: Drag
frequently used equations and
expressions to the MathType toolbar
so they can be inserted later with
just a click or a keystroke.
 Supports Microsoft Office:
 Office 2013 and Office 365: MathType 6.9 is fully compatible with Office 2013 and Office 365 installed on Windows 7 and 8 computers.
 Office 2010, 2007, 2003, and XP: MathType 6.9 is fully compatible.
 Office Web Apps, Office Mobile, and Office RT: MathType equations cannot be edited in these Office versions but equations created in other versions of Office will display and print.
 Microsoft Office 2013, 2010, & 2007 — MathType Ribbon Tab in Word and PowerPoint: MathType takes full
advantage of Office's Ribbon
User Interface making it easier than
ever to do equation operations in
documents and presentations. New
equation numbering and browse
features work with all Word equation
types.
 Microsoft
Office 2003 and XP (2002)
—
MathType Toolbar and Menu in Word
and PowerPoint: MathType adds a
toolbar and menu to Microsoft Word
and PowerPoint, allowing quick
access to its features and powerful
commands to do equation numbering,
produce greatlooking math web pages,
presentations, and much more.
 Find
Symbols: MathType's Insert
Symbol dialog allows you to explore
the available symbols and insert
them with a click or keystroke.


Handwritten
math:
Save expressions in the toolbar:
Microsoft Office 2007 & 2010
MathType
Ribbon Tab in Word and PowerPoint:

More Control:
 Color:
Use color to highlight part of
an equation and focus your
audience's attention on just the
portions you want. Show what changed
in each step of a multistep
procedure and make those equations
really come to life.
 More
Fonts: MathType has hundreds
more symbols and templates than
Equation Editor. Besides our
exclusive Euclid™ math fonts, you
can also make use of the 1000s of
math symbols in fonts already on
your computer, as well as other math
fonts you can download from the
Internet.


Add color to
spice up a presentation: 
Work with MathML and LaTeX:
 Work in standard math notation:
LaTeX and MathML are computer languages for representing mathematical notation.
 LaTeX is used by many mathematicians but has a steep learning curve and its abundance of braces and keywords make typing it extremely tedious and errorprone. Most people find it much easier to work directly with standard math notation in MathType.
 MathML was created in 1998 by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and defines math in HTML5, EPUB3, DAISY, DITA, NLM, and many other publishing standards. It is not intended to be typed by humans but created and edited with tools like MathType.
 Copy as MathML or LaTeX: Complex mathematical equations can be entered easily in MathType and then copied to the clipboard as LaTeX or MathML to be pasted into applications and websites that use those languages.
 Paste MathML or LaTeX into MathType: Many websites contain equations expressed in LaTeX or MathML and can be pasted directly into MathType for use in your own work or to convert them to a different format (eg, LaTeX to MathML).


Work with MathML and LaTeX: 
Works with
700+ Applications & Websites:
Click on
Works With ... to see the full list of applications and websites that now work with MathType. Here are a few of the most popular. 
Microsoft Office 
MathType provides close integration with Microsoft Office (Word and PowerPoint), letting you insert equations by clicking a button on the toolbar. In Word, you can also perform other tasks such as numbering equations, formatting all the equations in your document, and much more.
Microsoft Office is an office suite that supports a widespread Windows standard for linking and embedding objects called OLE (Object Linking and Embedding). Since MathType equations are natively OLE objects, this means that MathType and Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) work well together.


Microsoft Office
Versions: 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010,
2011, 2013
Platform:
Mac
Win
Microsoft Access
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft OneNote
Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft Publisher
Microsoft Word (Windows)
Microsoft Word (Mac)
Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Office Web Apps 
You can insert MathType equations into most Microsoft Office apps in one or more of these ways:
 From the MathType toolbar or menu (Word & PowerPoint 20022003
and 2011), with the Insert Equation icon (Word & PowerPoint 2008), or MathType tab on the Ribbon (Word & PowerPoint 20072013)
 Insert > Object in Access & Excel (all versions)
 Copy & Paste or Drag & Drop

Apple iWork '09 
With MathType you can easily insert equations into Apple iWork '09 by using the Insert MathType Equation Command which appears in the Insert menu when MathType is installed. If you own an earlier version of iWork, we strongly advise you to upgrade.


Apple iWork
Version: '09
Platform:
Mac
Homepage:
iWork 
iWork is a suite of office applications consisting of a word processor, a presentation application, and a spreadsheet.
Using MathType with iWork, you can:
 Add an equation to all three iWork applications: Pages (word processor), Keynote (presentations), and Numbers (spreadsheet).
 Edit an equation in iWork. Since iWork remembers that MathType was used to create the equation, doubleclicking it opens the equation in MathType for editing. After you have finished your changes, closing the window will update the equation in iWork.

Adobe InDesign 
With MathType you can insert equations as EPS images into InDesign. Using EPS images will allow InDesign to display the equations nicely no matter what form of output you choose.


Adobe InDesign
Versions: CS3CS6
Platform:
Mac
Win 
InDesign is a desktop publishing application produced by Adobe.
With MathType and InDesign you can:
 Add an equation to InDesign: You can save MathType equations as EPS images that you can place in your InDesign document. You can also copy & paste equations and expressions from MathType directly into InDesign.
 Copy equations from InDesign: you use the Place command in InDesign, a link to the equation is saved in the document. If you open the original EPS in MathType for editing, after you have finished your changes, closing the window will update the equation in InDesign.
 Import a Word document with MathType equations into InDesign
(Windows only). If you have a Word document with equations, save time by placing the document and equations directly into InDesign, retaining proper vertical alignment on the equations.

iBooks Author 
With MathType you can insert
equations into iBooks Author by using
the Insert Equation command. Editing an
equation is easy  just doubleclick.


ibooks Author
Versions: 1.02.0
Platform:
Mac 
iBooks Author is a Mac app that allows you to create ebooks for the iPad. Inserting equations into iBooks Author is very convenient because of its integration with MathType.
With MathType and iBooks Author you can:
 Add an equation to iBooks Author. iBooks Author makes it very easy to insert MathType equations with a keyboard shortcut or the Insert MathType Equation command.
 Edit equations in iBooks Author. It's as
easy as a doubleclick.
 Copy content with equations from Apple Pages. If you're working with Pages (part of the iWork '09 suite) or if a colleague sends you a document, this will save you time because you won't have to retype the document.

WordPress 
MathType works with WordPress and allows you to include mathematical notation in blog posts & comments. Your blog readers can open these equations in MathType to use elsewhere, such as in their own blog, in Microsoft Word or one of hundreds of other apps & sites that MathType works with.


WordPress
Versions: 2.83.5
Category:
Blog frameworks 
WordPress is a blog platform  web software that you can use to create a blog. With MathType you can add equations to your WordPress blog posts; just follow the steps below.
With MathType and WordPress you can:
 Add an equation to WordPress. You can copy and paste equations and expressions from MathType directly into WordPress.
 Copy equations from WordPress. You can drag and drop or copy and paste an equation from WordPress into MathType. Once in MathType you can edit the equation, add it to your MathType equation library, or use it in a new document.

Mathematica 
You use Mathematica to do your research and then use MathType to share its mathematics with the rest of the world..


Mathematica
Versions: 78
Platform:
Mac
Win 
Save
time and avoid errors by using MathType to copy
the math from Mathematica to any of the hundreds
of applications and websites listed in this
compatibility database, including word
processors, presentations, other computer
algebra systems, and online learning systems!
With MathType and Mathematica you can:
 Add an equation to Mathematica: You can create your equations in MathType and draganddrop or copyandpaste directly as MathML.
 Copy equations from Mathematica: You can copyandpaste an equation as MathML from Mathematica into MathType. Once in MathType you can edit the equation, add it to your MathType equation library, or use it in a new document.

Maple 
Maple is a popular computer algebra system that has the capability of using MathML both for input and output. MathType makes it easy to create the MathML for Maple, or to use equations in Maple you've already used in previous work.


Maple
Versions: 1217
Platform:
Mac
Win 
With MathType and Maple you can:
 Add an equation to Maple: With Maple,
you can create your equations in MathType and draganddrop or copyandpaste directly as MathML.
 Copy equations from Maple: You can copyandpaste an equation as MathML from Maple into MathType. Once in MathType you can edit the equation, add it to your MathType equation library, or use it in a new document.

Gmail 
MathType works with Gmail and allows you to include mathematical notation in email. The recipient of your email does not have to use either Gmail or MathType in order to see your equations.


Gmail
Category: Email clients
Homepage:
Gmail 
Gmail is a webbased email service that lets you access your email from any browser on any computer.
With MathType and Gmail you can:
 Add an equation to Gmail: Copy and paste equations and expressions from MathType
directly into Gmail.
 Copy equations from Gmail: Drag and drop or copy and paste an equation from
Gmail into MathType and it will be ready to edit or use in a new document.

OpenOffice (Windows) 
MathType works with OpenOffice, allowing you to insert equations into OpenOffice documents, presentations, and spreadsheets.
OpenOffice is an opensource office suite that supports a widespread Windows standard for linking and embedding objects called OLE (Object Linking and Embedding). Since MathType equations are natively OLE objects, this means that MathType and OpenOffice work well together.


OpenOffice (Windows)
Versions: 3.13.4
Platform:
Win
OpenOffice (Mac)
OpenOffice Calc (Windows)
OpenOffice Draw (Windows)
OpenOffice Impress (Windows)
OpenOffice Writer (Windows)

Using MathType with OpenOffice, you can:
 Add an equation to OpenOffice: With OpenOffice, you can use the Insert Object menu command to insert the equation at the insertion point. Alternatively, you can drag and drop or copy and paste equations and expressions from MathType directly into OpenOffice.
 Edit an equation in OpenOffice: Since OLE remembers that MathType was used to create the equation, doubleclicking it opens the equation in MathType for editing. After you have finished your changes, closing the window will update the equation in OpenOffice.

Blackboard Learn 
MathType has a translator created expressly for Blackboard, making it very easy to create equations for it or to take equations from your Blackboard course and use them in hundreds of other applications and websites.


Blackboard Learn
Versions: 9.09.1
Homepage:
Blackboard 
Blackboard is a popular learning management system that can be used to build fullfeatured courses in an eLearning environment. MathType can be used in conjunction with Blackboard's equation editor, and can also create web pages that may be uploaded into a Blackboard course.
With MathType and Blackboard you can:
 Add an equation to Blackboard: This may be easier than creating it from scratch in Blackboard if you're more comfortable with MathType's interface, or if you're reusing an equation from a Word document.
 Copy equations from Blackboard: If you're
using Firefox, you can save time by not having
to recreate all your equations! Then use them
in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and hundreds of
other applications and websites.

Moodle 
MathType works with Moodle to create
equations for your online course. You
can use MathType's builtin "Moodle: TeX
filter" translator to add mathematical
notation to Moodle modules.


Moodle
Versions: 1.82.1
Homepage:
Moodle 
Moodle is one of the largest opensource Learning Management Systems (LMS), and is used by over 50,000 universities, schools, and private organizations. Learning Management Systems are designed to help manage online instruction with lessons, quizzes, discussion forums and other instructional and administrative tools.
What others are saying: "We are new to
Moodle but very experienced using MathType.
Today we [began using] MathType with Moodle –
[and it] works simply great."
Hezi Noiman and Anat Kedem
The Open University of Israel 

With MathType and Moodle you can:
 Add an equation to Moodle: Drag and
drop or copy and paste equations and expressions
from MathType directly into Moodle Assignment,
Chat, Feedback, Forum, Glossary, Lesson, Quiz,
and Wiki modules.
 Copy equations from Moodle: Drag and
drop or copy and paste an equation from Moodle
into MathType and it will be ready to edit or
use in a new document.

Evernote 
MathType works with Evernote (including Evernote Business) so you can add equations to notes you create on your computer. There is no direct provision for equations in Evernote, but MathType's Evernote translator provides an easy means of including equations in notes. Notes with equations are visible at all synchronized locations, including smartphones.


Evernote
Versions: 3.15.1
Platform:
Mac
Win 
Evernote is a notetaking application that's useful for sharing notes with colleagues and syncing notes between your computer and a mobile device such as a smartphone.
With MathType and Evernote you can:
 Add an equation to Evernote: You can drag and drop or copy and paste equations and expressions from MathType directly into Evernote.
 Copy equations from Evernote: You can drag and drop or copy and paste an equation from Evernote into MathType. Once in MathType, you can edit the equation, add it to your MathType equation library, or use it in a new document.

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 Works with Office 2011 and 2008, iWork '09, and 600+ other applications and websites.
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