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    Formatting Equation textboxes (MS-Word 2003)

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    How does one change the font color of MS-Equation 3.0 fields in a table in MS-Word 2003. All I need to do is make it match to all the table fields.

    Thanks for any ideas.

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    Re: Formatting Equation textboxes (MS-Word 2003)

    Equation Editor is like the Ford Model T - you can get any color as long as it's black.
    You could copy an equation into a graphics program and color it there, but you'd lose the ability to edit the equation.
    Or get Equation Editor's big brother MathType.

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