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Old 06-02-2011, 11:38 AM
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Special format for the Equations caption.

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i tried to build a format the the equation caption that puts the number of equation between brackets WITHOUT spaces.

for example

V = MW....................................(1.1)

i found that Word makes space between the left bracket and the number while there's no way to set the right bracket Automatically!!!!!

is there a way to have this format for the equations???
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Hi Jamal,

You can't do that using the Captions tool in Word. It is possible to achieve by applying a custom format to the caption # after you've inserted it. For a recent discussion on this, see: https://www.msofficeforums.com/word/...ef-switch.html
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Hi Jamal,

You can't do that using the Captions tool in Word. It is possible to achieve by applying a custom format to the caption # after you've inserted it. For a recent discussion on this, see: https://www.msofficeforums.com/word/...ef-switch.html
To better control the equation, we may stick it inside a table and to align its caption with the right text boundary.

have a look:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T34BM...6BBCAD&index=7

But still Words doesn't provide STRAIGHTFORWARD the brackets style for caption like (2.1)

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Jamal
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