Mathematica Font problems
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- Subject: [mg66816] Mathematica Font problems
- From: "Skillman Hunter" <ski at acrobytes.com>
- Date: Wed, 31 May 2006 06:31:22 -0400 (EDT)
- Reply-to: "Skillman Hunter" <ski at acrobytes.com>
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
On page ten of the Mathematica v5.2 Tutorial the last equation is:
1 + x^2 + x^4 + x^5 /. x -> 3
But in the actual Tutorial notebook, the -> is a single character that is
typed in by ESC->ESC and the font is shown to be Courier New.
When I copy the equation and paste it into MS Word, the font changes the
right arrow to Mathematica1Mono so remains a single character, because the
standard Windows true type Courier New has no right arrow.
Mathematica installs "Mathematica1Mono" font along with others. Apparently
Mathematica also has a special version of Courier New which does have a
Have other Mathematica users found problems when trying to produce reports
that equations copied from Mathematica have the fonts changed? If a copy of
the Word document is forwarded to a colliege or a publisher, doesn't that
cause problems, especially if the publisher wants to use their own brand of
I know there are ten options for the Copy As command and "Text (add
whitespace)" seems to be the option that eliminates the Mathematica1Mono and
converts the right arrow to two characters, ->. Is that the answer for
copying to Word?
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