MathType is a powerful interactive equation editor for Windows and Macintosh that lets you create mathematical notation for word processing, web pages, desktop publishing, presentations, elearning, and for TeX, LaTeX, and MathML documents.
Productivity is key
When you’re ready to sit down and write a scientific or technical paper, a test, a slide presentation, or where ever you want to include math notation, you’re empowered with MathType. Open MathType on your computer or device and you have everything at your fingertips to do your work fast, easy and efficiently.
With MathType you can: Point-and-click, handwrite, use keyboard shortcuts, insert equation numbers, use color, choose fonts, control spacing…
Set up your work environment in a way that works best for you:
- Save frequently used equations and symbols in customizable toolbars
- Set MathType preferences to quickly change from one “look” to another for different types of documents
- Setup personal keyboard shortcuts
- Copy or convert to LaTeX
- Much more!
Professional-quality math typesetting
MathType is a big upgrade to the default math tools built into many applications.
Accessibility with [MT]
You can now have quality everywhere. Choose the classic MathType look or the LaTeX look. Control spaces in your expressions down to the pixel. Mathematical notation is rich and changes among different cultures; MathType supports mathematical notation for different education levels and cultures. Accessibility is a must for any quality solution. MathType helps readers access scientific content, and it helps authors create accessible scientific content.
MathType for Learning Platforms
Students can hand write equations on a tablet or mobile device and MathType will immediately recognize and change them into perfectly-formatted equations. Students and teachers can now easily interact in LMS forum discussions (such as Canvas, Moodle or Schoology, for instance), without the distraction of typing code or using clunky math tools.
Chemistry for all
ChemType is a flavor of MathType designed to help you work with chemical notation. You’ll find a specific toolbar with the common chemical symbols and a user experience adapted to chemistry authors.
- Mac OS X El Capitan and newer, including macOS High Sierra
- Mac Office 2011 or Office 2016 (version 15.39 or newer).
Web Site: http://www.wiris.com/mathtype
What’s New in MathType 7.3.1
- Release notes not available at the time of this post.