To number an equation in v6.0, right-click to the right of the Display and then select Properties – Equation array properties.To write an equation centred on the line you should put it inside a Display (Ctrl-D, or Insert – Display); if you have View – Helper Lines turned on then you will see a green box to indicate the Display.
To number the equation, double-click to the right of the Display and change the numbering from “None” to “Auto”. The # symbol appear to the right, which becomes the number of the equation when Typeset.
His response:Short Answer: <snip> University is on the Annual Maintenance scheme, one of the benefits is:
Why not just download Scientific Word v5.5 from our download page, get the v5.5 installation instructions and install/Register v5.5 using your v6.0 serial number (acknowledging the prompt that you have a v5.5 program with a v6.0 serial number)
- Premier Technical Support – usually within a couple of hours – including for version 5.5 even beyond June 2017
Longer Answer: The best answer for the medium/longer term would be that at your convenience you should arrange our live Two-Day Training Course to learn how to use v6.0... Another of the benefits of the Annual Maintenance scheme is:
There would be nothing to stop you, in the interim, using v5.5 for your work while also having v6.0 on your machine to experiment with at your leisure.
- Live Training 75% discount, limited to small groups of four
reminded us of the Pirate sketch from the Million Pound Radio Show. If you don't know it, do click the link: four minutes of pure delight...I will have a go at the ‘short answer’ method. (Having retired a few years ago I really don’t feel like doing a ‘training day’, sorry!)
This software is way too good to keep to yourself! Why not tell your colleagues and co-authors? Perhaps some Emails... maybe a blog post on a mathematics/economics forum? Even easier is to Share our Facebook page – or any of the Product pages on our website – with your Facebook friends. Thanks a lot.