### Re: Recursive Representation

, Jens-D. Doll wrote: Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up

### Re: Recursive Representation

Thanks, Scott, subscripting now works via selecting and hitting Shift+Underscore. The question is, why the menu item under Format is not enabled in that particular situation? That would be the intuitive way ... Another question: is Shift+Underscore a shortcut for the menu item? Greetings,

### Re: Recursive Representation

, Jens-D. Doll wrote: Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up

### Re: Recursive Representation

Thanks, Scott, subscripting now works via selecting and hitting Shift+Underscore. The question is, why the menu item under Format is not enabled in that particular situation? That would be the intuitive way ... Another question: is Shift+Underscore a shortcut for the menu item? Greetings,

### Re: Recursive Representation

:07 AM, Jens-D. Doll wrote: Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this p

### Re: Recursive Representation

Thanks, Scott, subscripting now works via selecting and hitting Shift+Underscore. The question is, why the menu item under Format is not enabled in that particular situation? That would be the intuitive way ... Another question: is Shift+Underscore a shortcut for the menu item? Greetings,

### Recursive Representation

Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up to now. Can

### Recursive Representation

Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up to now. Can

### Recursive Representation

Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up to now. Can

### Embedded Formula

own "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de wrote: Does anyone know, where the forall and exi

### Embedded Formula

own "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de wrote: Does anyone know, where the forall and exi

### Embedded Formula

the upside-down "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll <jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de> wrote: Does anyone know, where the fo

### Re: Logical Operators - another question

own "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de wrote: Does anyone know, where the forall and exi

### Re: Logical Operators - another question

### Re: Logical Operators - another question

the upside-down "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll <jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de> wrote: Does anyone know, where the fo

### Logical Operators

Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens

### Logical Operators

Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens

### Logical Operators

Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens