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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


Click Kutools > Paragraphs > Select Equations. See screenshot:

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Select all equations of whole document

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

1. Apply the feature by clicking Kutools > Paragraphs > Select Equations.

2. A Kutools for Word dialog box pops up to tell you how many formulas are selected in the whole document, click OK to close it.

You will see the results as shown in the below screenshots:


Select all equations from a part of the document

If you only want to select equations in the selection of document, you can quickly get it done as follows:

1. Please select a part of the document first, and then apply the utility by clicking Kutools > Paragraphs > Select Equations.

2. A Kutools for Word dialog box pops up to tell you how many formulas are selected, click OK to close it.

Then equations are selected in selected range at once as the below screenshots shown.


 

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    David · 3 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 · 4 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