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.

Ionel Alexandru


Rajan Aggarwal said...

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

Ionel Alexandru said...


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;
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);