**Enter the fraction, e.g. 1/2**

1/2

Half is **the irreducible fraction that results from dividing one by two (2), or the fraction that is obtained by dividing any number by its double**. Multiplying by half is equivalent to dividing by two, or “halving”; Conversely, division by half is equivalent to multiplying by two, or “doubling”.

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**, select the text, and then choose OpenType > Fractions**. Alternatively, select OpenType > Fractions from the Control Panel menu or choose OpenType > Fractions in Character Format Options dialog.

- Select the fraction(s) with the Type tool:
- And lastly, grab the small drop-down menu at the top right of the Character panel, select OpenType, and then Fractions:
- And there you have it – fractions with the correct font sizes, proportions and positions:

**Use the InDesign Glyphs panel and choose View: Mathematical Symbols** to see all your options in the font you’re using. Some fonts contain many mathematical glyphs. For example, Neutraface gives you six versions of each of the basic math symbols.

It’s always difficult to create a really good design with the earlier tools because they weren’t created with publication in mind – but **there is no calculation function in InDesign**.

Families like **Centaur, Bembo, and Minion** offer these supplemental fonts, which include fractions and other rarely used but important characters in a variety of weights. The upside is that the fractions are design-sensitive and blend beautifully with the rest of your work.

There are three main types of fractions in mathematics. They are **proper fractions, improper fractions, and mixed fractions**. Fractions are terms that have a numerator and a denominator.

- Select text.
- Choose Superscript or Subscript from the Character panel menu or Control panel.

- Install MathMagic Pro for InDesign for Windows using the latest MathMagic Pro installer.
- Manually install the MathMagic plug-in in the following location.
- Start Then your InDesign application.

Choose **Type > Glyphs or Window > Enter & Tables > Glyphs**.

InDesign does not have its own formula editor. You can: **Use the images you already get from Word and adjust the baseline manually, or**. **use a plugin like [Math+Magic]** – The ultimate Adobe InDesign equation editor on the planet!

- Click Insert > Equation. The default equation is placed on the slide and MathMagic opens automatically.
- Edit the equation in MathMagic as needed. For more information, see the MathMagic Help.
- Click File > Save to save the changes to the equation in MathMagic.

- Step 1: Create a PDF of the Word file. There are several ways to export a PDF from Word.
- Step 2: Convert fonts to outlines in Acrobat.
- Step 3: Use Illustrator to convert each equation as a Export SVG.
- Step 4: Place each SVG file in InDesign.

- Click where you want to insert the equation.
- On the Insert menu, click Object.
- In the Object Type box, click Microsoft Equation .
- Click OK.
- Create the equation by selecting symbols from the Equation toolbar and entering variables and numbers.

Proper Fractions To create proper fractions, enter the characters of the fraction, e.g. B. 1/2. **Then select the characters and choose OpenType > Fractions**. Photoshop applies the true fraction (½).

- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fq7kKJD9NUM
- https://www.cdgi.com/2021/05/mikes-technical-tip-making-fractions-indesign/
- https://creativepro.com/tip-week-math-symbols/
- https://www.creativebloq.com/indesign/3-things-you-didnt-know-you-could-do-indesign-1131599
- https://www.fonts.com/content/learning/fyti/glyphs/fractions
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0uR1uZipa8
- https://byjus.com/maths/types-of-fraction/
- https://www.newark.com/decimal-fraction-table
- https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/formatting-characters.html
- http://www.mathmagic.com/product/prowin.html
- https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/glyphs-special-characters.html
- https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign-discussions/type-math-equations-in-indesign/td-p/8509359
- https://helpx.adobe.com/captivate/using/insert-mathematical-equations.html
- https://creativepro.com/how-to-get-equations-from-microsoft-word-into-indesign/
- https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop-elements/how-to-type-in-math-symbols-equations-in-pse6/m-p/5244831
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dG2WSstQyUE
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPzE0Z5h-fU
- https://www.piliapp.com/symbol/fraction/
- https://pasco.instructure.com/courses/224630/pages/opentype-in-photoshop

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