can you insert the formula into a frame and then give the frame a border?
On 11/30/2013 05:01 PM, Gary Kline wrote:
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I've tried everything I ccan think of [ besides asking various
lists ] without any luck. what I am trying to do *seems* simple,
I have a simple equsion that I want to put INSIDE a square. can
any libreoffice wizards clue me in?
(The formula string is simply:
int from a to R lim R rightarrow infinity
and you guys can imaging what that outputs. )
How, then, do I get libreoffice|formula to create a
medium-thickness "square" that I can save as, say, "Integraly.pdf".
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