Το Math Type καμια φορά με τυχαίο και απρόβλεπτο τρόπο αλλάζει το μέγεθος των μαθηματικών συμβόλων που έχουν γραφεί με το πρόγραμμα.
Όπως θα διαβάσετε και παρακάτω για να διορθώσετε το συγκεκριμμένο πρόβλημα πρέπει:
1. Να εργαστείτε σε αντίγραφο για λόγους ασφαλείας.
2. Να μετατρέψετε όχι όλο το word αλλά λίγο λίγο με την εντολή Convert Equations έχοντας τις παρακάτω ρυθμίσεις:
MathType: Equations are randomly re-sized in Word
The information in this document applies to:
Issue:You have created a Word document with several MathType equations. It looked great at the time, but when you opened it a week later, the equations are now different sizes -- some smaller, some larger, most with a random height:width ratio.
Reason:Actually we don't know what causes this, but we know it's not your fault it happens. There's nothing you can do to keep it from happening. Below, we'll describe the process to fix the equation display ratio, and to minimize the possibility of it happening in the future.
Solution:The first step in the solution is to upgrade to version 6.9b, because the repair process below will go smoother if you're using 6.9b than if you're using an earlier version. You can download MathType 6.9b from our downloads page. If you own MathType 6.9 already, this is a free upgrade and you should not have to enter your product key during installation. If you're licensed for a version earlier than 6.9, you might want to install it in 30-day trial mode first.
Equations after Word re-sizes them
Run the Convert Equations commandIn the MathType tab on Word's ribbon, there's a command named Convert Equations. It may seem that since it's the formatting that's off, and not something else, then "Format Equations" would be more appropriate. That is, in fact, a logical thought process, but in this case it's indeed "Convert Equations" that you need. Click that, and the Convert Equations dialog will open:
Notes and recommendations
- Work on a copy of the document, not on the original. When the process is finished and you've verified things are as you'd like, you can save the copy with the original document's name and work with this one as your new "original".
- Word doesn't handle large documents well. If your document is larger than 10 pages, or if it contains more than 100 equations, this process will work best if you run Convert Equations on one section of the document at a time. "Select" part of the document either by dragging the mouse across the text, or any other means of selection that you're familiar with, then choose the Current selection option in the Range section of the dialog. Repeat the process on the next section of the document until you've converted the entire document.
- Scan and spot check the document because sometimes Word will have corrupted an equation or two (or more), and these may now be missing from the document.