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Re: Typesetting: ?Big Sigmas and Little Sigmas?
Check out LimitsPositioning in the help browser. You'll need to modify your stylesheet. Mike On 16/3/04 5:49 PM, in article c36bic$s3o$1 at smc.vnet.net, "Brian Beckman" <brianbec at comcast.net> wrote: > (Windows Notebook Interface) Normally, I set up a cell with Alt-7 for > text input, then I typeset inline with ctrl-9. I also get a > typesetting palette up with templates to click for integrals, roots, > sums, and so on. Here is my problem. Suppose i want a BIG SIGMA > summation sign, with i=1 on the bottom and n on the top. Standard, > eh? The clicky on the palette looks just like that. However, when it > goes in the ctrl-9 typesetting box, it has the i=1 to the right of the > lower horn of the Sigma rather than underneath the Sigma, and it has > the n to the right of the upper horn of the Sigma rather than over the > top of the Sigma. In other words, the palette gives me the vertically > compressed form of the summation notation, when I want the tall form. > > I've tried all kinds of tricks with the over-and-under clickies, > attempting to construct the form I want manually and the NB interface > is just too smart -- it keeps squishing things vertically. Ditto for > lim notation, by the way. I want "lim" on the top and "h->0" on the > bottom, but the interface insists on squishing this to "lim" with > "h->0" as a subscript to "lim." I'm frustrated but not blocked. My > typesetting is coming out ugly but readable. > > My fingers learned these shortcuts (Alt-7 and Ctrl-9) long ago and my > mind has forgotten the English names for them, so I haven't been able > to find them in the documentation. > > Any clues for me? >