UnicodeMath and LaTeX in Word

本文最后更新于 2019年4月16日。

LaTeX equation editing examples

LaTeX equation editing supports most of the common LaTeX mathematical keywords. To create a 3×3 matrix equation in the LaTeX format, type the following into a math zone:
This will build into the following professional equation:

Here are some other examples of LaTeX expressions that can be built-up into a professional format.

Most LaTeX expressions are supported in this new feature to Word; a list of exceptions is provided below for LaTeX keywords that are not currently supported.

Some LaTeX expressions take a slightly different syntax than might be expected.
For example, LaTeX matrices are often created using the following syntax: 
\begin{matrix} a & b \\ c & d \end{matrix}
However \begin{} and \end{} keywords are not supported in Word, so instead, a LaTeX matrix input takes simply \matrix{} and would look like:
\matrix{a & b \\ c & d}