In step 1th, open the Word2010 document window and switch to the Insert Ribbon. Click the formula button (not the Formula Drop-down button) in the symbol group, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 Click the formula button
Step 2nd, create a blank formula frame in the Word2010 document, and in the formula Tools/Design Ribbon, click the Derivative symbol button in the structure group. Derivative symbols, box formulas, top line, and bottom lines are displayed in the open derivative symbol structure list. Select the appropriate derivative symbol form (for example, "Cross bar") as needed, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 Computer Tutorials Select derivative notation form
Step 3rd, insert the derivative symbol structure in a blank formula frame, click the Placeholder box and enter a specific derivative symbol value, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 Input derivative symbol specific value
Tip: A number of commonly used derivative symbol examples, such as "vectors", are built into the derivative symbol structure provided by Word2010. Users can directly select these derivative symbol instances as needed, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4 Select the Word2010 built-in derivative symbol instance