the steps to insert a mathematical formula in word2013 are as follows:
Step One: Install the MathType Formula Editor (not installed hurriedly first install, I believe you have already installed).
Step Two: Click "View"--click "Macros"--click "Record Macro".
Step three: Enter the name you want in the name above, such as "formula editing." Click "OK".
Step four: Click "Insert"--click on the "Object" below the inverted triangle--click "Object J",
Step five: Find the Math Formula editor MathType, click Select, and then click OK.
Step Six: Click "View"--"macro" after the inverted triangle--click "Stop Recording."
Step Seven: Return to the main interface, in the toolbar area, click "Right", and then click "Customize Quick Access Toolbar".
Step Eight: Click the inverted triangle behind the command from below to locate and click Macros.
Step nine: Click "Normal.newmacros. Formula edit" and click "Add".
Step Ten: Click on the right to add a good "Normal.newmacros. Formula edit", click "Modify" below.
Step 11: Return to the Word window. Click on the "π" icon
Step 12: Problem solving, you can go directly to the Formula editor to edit the formula.How to insert a mathematical formula in the