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Quickly select all equations of document in Word

When you only need to format all equations in a document, such as change font style or size of all equations and to convert all equations to 1-dimensional, Kutools for Word’s Select Equations utility can select all equations of whole document or from a part of the document.

Select all equations of whole document

Select all equations from a part of the document

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arrow blue right bubble Click Kutools > Paragraphs > Select Equations. See screenshot:


arrow blue right bubble Select all equations of whole document

Supposing you want to quickly select all equations of a document as shown in the below screenshot, you can get it done easily as follows:

1. Put the cursor on the document, and then apply the utility by clicking Kutools > Paragraphs > Select Equations. You will see the results as shown in the below screenshots:


arrow blue right bubble Select all equations from a part of the document

If you only want to select all equations from a part of the document, you can quickly get it done as follows:

1. Please highlight and select a part of the document first, and then apply the utility by clicking Kutools > Paragraphs > Select Equations. You will see the results as shown in the below screenshots:


 

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    David · 1 years ago
    As word always sets the default font Cambria Math, it is very easily solved.

    1. Define a new style called, e.g. Equation

    2. Find and Replace
    Find -> Advanced Find and Replace
    Find: Font: Cambria Math,
    Replace With: Style: Equation

    Now you can change your equations all at once as often as you love to.

    greetings from europe
    david
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    David Hodgson · 1 years ago
    I am using Word 2003 on an XP PC with SP3 installed.
    I have downloaded Kutools version 8.6.0.125 for Word as I have a lot of equations created in Word 2003 using the Microsoft Equation 3.0 which I want to convert to images, however when I follow the instruction above e.g.
    Highlight a selection of the word document that contains the equations I want to convert then click Kutools > Paragraphs > Select Equations I see a message indicating Kutools starting, then after a short period I receive a message box that states No Equations, am I doing something wrong or is Kutools not compatible for Word 2003

    Regards
    Dave