On Sat, 30 Nov 2013 18:25:07 -0800
Gary Kline <email@example.com> wrote:
you got it right insofar as what I am enclosing -- namely
"snapshot1.png.... but you lost me there.
I'm afraid attachments are stripped out from this mailing list, unless
you upload them via Nabble (which I haven't done myself, someone else
will be able to assist on that).
After you look at my snapshot, can you or anyone else on the
list, tell me how to make the box and formula larger?
Could you maybe tell me exactly what it is you are trying to do as a
final result? Do you want to write a letter/paper/manual/document with
the formula in it? Are you trying to make a poster with the formula?
If you used the procedure I described in my previous mail to insert a
formula into a Writer document, you can change the font and size when
editing the formula. Simply double click on the formula to go back into
the Formula editor, then under "Format" you will find both "Fonts" and
"Font Size". The borders around the formula will automatically grow to
fit the formula, but if you want them thicker, you can change this by
going back to the "Borders" tab under the "Object" menu item when right
clicking on the formula, as you did to set the borders initially, and
set the thickness from there.
I hope this helped.
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