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This step-by-step article describes how you can use the RegOptions macro to examine and make changes to Equation Editor settings in the Windows registry.
The following is a list of the options that are available in the macro and a brief description of the purpose of each option:
Appdir: This is the Equation Editor program folder. You must install Equation Editor and run it one time to display this option and other Equation Editor settings.
CustomZoom: This is the Custom Zoom option. This setting only takes effect when you start Equation Editor in a separate window by using the ForceOpen setting.
ForceOpen: This option forces Equation Editor to open in its own separate window. Type 0 (zero) to open Equation Editor in place, or type 1 to open Equation Editor in a separate window.
ShowAll: This option displays or hides the nonprinting characters.
ToolBarDocked: This option determines whether or not the toolbar is docked. Select Yes (1) or No (0).
ToolBarDockPos: This option determines the position of the Equation Editor toolbar when it is docked. 1 positions the toolbar at the top of the Equation Editor window. 2 positions the toolbar at the bottom of the Equation Editor window.
ToolBarShown: This option determines whether or not the toolbar is displayed. Select Yes (1) or No (0).
ToolBarWinPos: This option determines the position of the toolbar when it is not docked. This option is specified in X, Y coordinates. The upper-left corner is the origin. The units are in pixels.
Zoom: This is the standard zoom size that is selected on the View menu.
Install the Word 2002 Support TemplateThe Word 2002 Support Template makes it easy to make changes to the various Equation Editor options. To install the Word 2002 Support Template, click the following link, and then save the download to your computer.
The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
For additional information about how to download Microsoft Support files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
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119591Microsoft scanned this file for viruses. Microsoft used the most current virus-detection software that was available on the date that the file was posted. The file is stored on security-enhanced servers that help to prevent any unauthorized changes to the file. After the download is completed, follow these steps to install the Word 2002 Support Template:
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Start Word with the Word 2002 Support TemplateTo start Word with the Word 2002 Support Template, follow these steps:
NOTE: If Word does not open with the Word 2002 Support Template, please see the Correct the Word 2002 Support Template Shortcut section of this article.
How to Use the RegOptions MacroTo use the RegOptions macro, follow these steps:
Correct the Word 2002 Support Template ShortcutTo correct the shortcut that was created when you installed the Word 2002 Support Template, follow these steps: