Tuesday, April 4, 2017

'FMath Editor' - Microsoft Word Add-in for Windows and Mac

         FMath announce the First Free Professional 'Math Editor' for Microsoft Word. The add- in is available in Microsoft Store and have been approved by Microsoft to be compatible with Word 2013, Word 2016, Word Online and Word Client on operating System: Windows and Mac.

To install the Add-in you need to do the following steps:
1. Go to menu 'Insert' and click on 'Office Add-in':

2. A window is opened and click on 'STORE': 

3. Search using the word 'Math' and you can find 'FMath Editor'. Click on 'Add'. 
4. The Add-in will add a new menu. 


Let me know what you think.

regards
Ionel Alexandru
www.fmath.info

3 comments:

Rajan Aggarwal said...

Hi, Is it possible to copy paste mathematical equation from MS word to Fmath Editor

Ionel Alexandru said...

Yes,

In Java:
package test.conversion.omml;

import junit.framework.TestCase;
import fmath.conversion.ConvertFromWordToMathML;

public class FileWordTest extends TestCase {

String wordFilePath = ".../test/test1.docx";

public void testReadWordFile() throws Exception {
String mathml = ConvertFromWordToMathML.getMathMLFromDocFile(wordFilePath);
}
}

or in javascript

look: https://www.fmath.info/formula/js/how_to_use.jsp

function exportToWord(mathml, fileName){
var formula = new FMATH.MathMLFormula();
formula.downloadWordFromMathML(mathml, fileName);
}

Ionel Alexandru said...

and in javascript to get the mathml from Word:

document.getElementById('files').addEventListener('change', handleFileSelect, false);

function handleFileSelect(evt) {
var files = evt.target.files;
if(files.length>0){
var formula = new FMATH.MathMLFormula();
formula.convertWordToMathML(files[0], drawImportFormula);
}
}

function drawImportFormula(mathml){
var textarea = document.getElementById("ta");
textarea.value = mathml;

var c=document.getElementById("importCanvas");
var formula = new FMATH.MathMLFormula();
formula.drawImage(c, mathml);
}