Every component in the image below is marked with a number to help you identify it.
The following table describes the components:
This box allows you to enter the syntax in the latex-formatted math and generate the preview in the Equation box.
This box allows you to view and edit the equation. The same is reflected in the Syntax box.
This section contains the most used formulas from a particular subject. If you require any of the formulas, simply click on it.
This box allows you to search for the latex commands.
This option aligns the equation to the left.
This option aligns the equation to the center.
This option aligns the equation to the right.
This option will reverse the typing action that you made recently.
This option will repeat the typing action that you made recently.
An anchor tag within any page connects and references equations on different pages. Click the Anchor button in the editor or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+K toopen the popup. Now, type the anchor name and press Enter to save the reference. This reference can now be used with any LaTeX Math Block Reference macro.
This option will direct you to the documentation.
This option will insert the macro along with the change you made to your page.
This option will close the macro window without saving.
Creating LaTeX Math Block Macro
To create a LaTeX Math Block, Perform the following steps:
Create a new page or Edit an existing page where you want to create an equation.
Type / or click the + icon on your page.
Select LaTeX Math Block and Click Insert. The LaTeX Math Block Macro window is displayed.
Adding Multi-line Equations in the LaTeX Math Block Macro
In LaTeX formats equations, the double backslash command\\ is used to create a new line or initiate a line break. The double backslash command \\ generates the following code in the LaTex Math Block macro and creates a new line automatically.