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Old 02-02-2019, 01:58 AM
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Is there a way of creating a linguistic feature matrix in Word? A linguistic feature matrix is a list of features, for example phonological features like [+voiced], [-strident], [+continuant], [+consonantal]. They should appear vertically arranged within a pair of square brackets. The matrix may either appear with a line of text, e.g.




[matrix1] --> [matrix2] / X ___ Y


or it may appear underneath another letter, e.g. under the 'C' in the following example:


C --> [matrix2] / X __ Y.


The page formatting should adjust itself to accommodate the matrix, and the text in the matrix should not be larger than the surrounding text.


Thank you!


Help would be appreciated.
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See if you could use Word's Equation feature (Insert | Equation).
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Old 02-08-2019, 02:38 AM
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Thanks, Stefan, I'll try that.
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