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inline equations in PowerPoint: long overdue!

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Microsoft needs to implement inline equations in PowerPoint, similar to the

inline equation functionality of MS Word. The engineering/science/math

community has been asking for this for almost a decade. When is it going to

happen?

Dr. Phillip M. Feldman

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