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General--Making the DisplayFormula style in ArticleModern look like Traditional

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  • Subject: [mg64565] General--Making the DisplayFormula style in ArticleModern look like Traditional
  • From: box2718-news at yahoo.com
  • Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006 05:58:57 -0500 (EST)
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Hi, all,

I'm still attempting to use Mathematica to typeset homework. I'm having all 
sorts of difficulty trying to figure out how to get Mathematica to do what I 
want it to do, so I appreciate any help that you can give. I don't have a 
particularly deep question right now, but I am acutely aware that I don't 
really feel like I know what is going on.

I'm using the articlemodern style, and very frequently use the style 
"display formula". I would like the formulas that I write to come out 
looking like TraditionalForm, but they default to StandardForm. I can 
certainly change this every time I read a formula, but it would be nice to 
be able to edit the style sheet so that it defaults to TraditionalForm 
instead of StandardForm. Try as I might, though, I haven't been able to do 
this.  Any suggestions?

Rob 



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