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+# Introduction #
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+PowerPoint 2007's handling of different languages is weird. For example the keyboard layout you're using influences the language PowerPoint assumes when you input text. Switching between keyboard layouts has immediate effect on the current editing language in PowerPoint.
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+While it is nice if you are used to the language's specific keyboard layout it is kind of painful if you are not and for example just want to create English presentations with a German keyboard layout.
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+PowerPoint LanguagePainter attempts to fix this by allowing you to force edited text to use a certain language for spelling checks, etc.
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+# Details #
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+When you install the add-in, it will add a new toggle button to the Home ribbon:
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+If you toggle the "Paint [...]" button, it will automatically set the text you're editing to the language specified (regardless of your keyboard layout, etc.). If you click on the lower half of the button, a combo menu will pop up offering you several language choices - at the moment English (US), German, French and Spanish are supported.
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+# Introduction #
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+PowerPointLaTeX is a small add-in that allows you to embed LaTeX math code into your PowerPoint 2007 presentations in a user-friendly way.
+It uses a web-service to render the LaTeX code (currently it uses the equation editor from http://www.codecogs.com/). Support for other LaTeX web-services is planned.
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+From version 0.7 on, MiKTeX is supported and also the recommended LaTeX compilation service.
+It supports better aligning of inline formulas and flexible rendering resolution (using the preview package in LaTeX and dvi2png).
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+**NOTE:** You might have to install the preview package manually in MiKTeX. So if the MiKTeX service doesn't work, you might want to check if the preview package is installed. Actually it should be installed automatically if it is not found the first time when you use PowerPointLaTeX.
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+# Details #
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+PowerPointLaTeX adds a new ribbon to PowerPoint 2007:
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+There are two different types of equations: inline equations and formulas.
+Inline equations can be added anywhere in-between normal text. Simply wrap your LaTeX math code in a pair of $$: "Some integral$$ \int x \, dx = {1 \over  2} x^2 + C".
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+Formulas are stand-alone objects. You can create them by using the Ribbon button "New Formula". A dialog will open up and allow you to enter a LaTeX formula. It will automatically create a preview using the normal webservice.
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+To edit a formula click on it and then on "Edit Formula" in the ribbon.
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+PowerPointLaTeX caches the compiled formulas, so you don't need an active internet connection if you don't change anything (you don't need one either if you are using MiKTeX for rendering).
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+# MiKTeX Features #
+It is possible to specify some LaTeX code that is included in every equation. You can set this "preamble" in the preferences dialog.
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+The MiKTeX service supports base-line aligning of equations using the preview package in LaTeX:
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+# Known Issues #
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+If you have huge LaTeX formulas PowerPoint's Auto-Fit feature might kick in. It's toxic to PowerPointLaTeX's inline formula embedding feature - the formulas will end up in the wrong place. Simply disable Auto-Fit for those text shapes and adapt the font size manually if necessary.
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+The code internally uses the clipboard to insert the formulas into the presentation and for some reason the original clipboard content is lost even though that should not happen.
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+Currently contains two PowerPoint 2007 addins:
+[PowerPointLaTeX](PowerPointLaTeX.md) - an addin that allows you to embed LaTeX formulas into your presentations more easily and in a more user-friendly way than comparable software (TexPoint for example).
+LanguagePainter - a tiny tool to help you create presentations in languages different from your keyboard layout and helps you avoid some of the quirks of PowerPoint's language settings.
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