Or is it possible to type this in something like Latex and move to Word? (I am not familiar with Latex though)

Any suggestion would be greatly appreciable. Thank you.

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Or is it possible to type this in something like Latex and move to Word? (I am not familiar with Latex though)

Any suggestion would be greatly appreciable. Thank you.

I don't have 2010 with me so I am not sure about the built-in equation editor in word.

You may look for something extra like MathType but I am not sure the symbol is included in the newest version or not. And also note that is not portable - it means that you cannot edit the object if you open the file without MathType installed. You can only view it and print it.

In LaTeX you are looking for the symbol \bigwedge.

In the worst case you can still paste it as a picture... but that won't be good.

1. use the subscript template "large operator with subscript limit"

2. Insert the small wedge symbol (logical and, from logical symbols), and theta (or anysubscript you want) below it

3. Enlarge it so that the size looks like other big operators.

See if that is satisfactory.

Or is it possible to type this in something like Latex and move to Word? (I am not familiar with Latex though)

Any suggestion would be greatly appreciable. Thank you.

Although you can use MathType, Microsoft's equation editor works perfectly fine. It's a lot like Latex, too, in its codes.

Activate Microsoft's Equation Editor by pressing Alt and =. Then, type the following, without quotes, "Poisson(\Theta)\bigwedge_(\Theta)Gamma(\alpha, \Beta)."

Also, you can't just copy and paste this. You have to type it in manually. I attached the sheet.

Let me know if that worked. It works here. Make sure you have Microsoft's Equation Editor installed.

Cheers,

Ian

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