How to quickly insert Script symbols in Word equations
Some more popular letters in Script:
- A basis of a vector space or of a filter denoted by the .
- Electromotive force (denoted and measured in volts), refers to voltage,
- represents the Hamiltonian in Hamiltonian mechanic.
- represents the Lagranian (sometimes just L) or Exposure in particle physics.
To type the symbols in Script in the Microsoft Word equation (to insert equation into your text, click Alt+=), do one of the following:
- Type \script + capital or lowercase letter:
|-||\scriptA - \scriptZ|
|-||\scripta - \scriptz|
- Under Equation Tools, on the Design tab, in the Symbols group,
click the More button:
In the top of list of symbols choose Scripts:
In the Scripts list, in the Scripts group, choose the symbol you prefer: