[nabs-l] Press Release: MathType 6.5 for Windows is available

Beth thebluesisloose at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 04:43:33 UTC 2008


Gee, I have never heard of this math type program.
Beth

On 12/2/08, Albert Yoo <albertyoo1 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> Has anyone tried Math Type? Will Math Type translate the numbers in Nemethz?
> Will Jaws be able to read the equations in Nemeth? Will the equations come
> out as gaevled mess after you write it? Albert > Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2008
> 21:23:24 -0600> To: david.andrews at nfbnet.org> From: MathType at dessci.com>
> Subject: [nabs-l] Press Release: MathType 6.5 for Windows is available> > >
> Hi,> > Today we released MathType 6.5 for Windows. The > complete press
> release is included below and is > also available on our website at >
> <http://cl.exct.net/?qs=67b01c05e3d7c3bf605cac7e5aada904424f5936fde174ab6caf561e6060348c>http://www.dessci.com/en/company/press/releases/081202.htm.>
>> Starting with this release, we are positioning > MathType as a universal
> editor for mathematical > notation. MathType already works with hundreds of
>> applications and websites and we are now > maintaining a list of them
> online in our MathType > Interoperability Registry. This is just the >
> beginning. Ultimately, we would like to make cut > and paste of mathematics
> between applications and > websites as easy as plain text.> > Please let us
> know if you have questions.> > Best Regards,> --Bruce> > Bruce Virga> EVP of
> Sales & Business Development, COO>
> <mailto:brucev at dessci.com>brucev at dessci.com> > Tel: +1 (562) 432-2920> Fax:
> +1 (562) 432-2857> Mobile: +1 (949) 233-8212> > Design Science, Inc. -- >
> <http://cl.exct.net/?qs=67b01c05e3d7c3bf851b5e5fc8139d559ab1cf74bded21fa1e0a5c19a20e47ad>www.dessci.com
>> > 140 Pine Avenue, 4th Floor> Long Beach, California 90802 USA> > ~ Makers
> of MathType, MathFlow, MathPlayer, WebEQ, Equation Editor ~> >
> ===========================> For Immediate Release>
> ===========================> > > MathType 6.5 for Windows is Now Shipping> >
>> > > New version designed to work with hundreds of > education and
> scientific software applications and websites> > LONG BEACH, Calif. ­
> December 2, 2008 ­ Design > Science today announced the release of MathType™
>> 6.5 for Windows, a new version designed to work > with a wide variety of
> education and scientific > applications and websites. The company introduced
>> its Equations Everywhere and Anywhere!™ > initiative, hosting the MathType
> Interoperability > Registry on its website, a listing of several > hundred
> popular educational and scientific > applications and websites that MathType
> now works > with. This new version also includes translators > for
> Mathematica and Maple, MathML import, and > enables users to type TeX/LaTeX
> equations directly into Microsoft Word.> > "Scientists, engineers and
> educators are now > using a much wider variety of applications and >
> websites in their work than ever before," said > Paul R. Topping, Design
> Science's President & > CEO. "We're quite excited to release a new > version
> of MathType that works with many of > these. We're listening to our
> customers and > adding more to the MathType Interoperability > Registry as
> fast as we possibly can." In addition > to Microsoft Word and PowerPoint,
> MathType now > works with Wikipedia, Moodle, Adobe InDesign, > Blackboard,
> QuarkXPress, Autograph, SigmaPlot, > SMART Notebook, and SmartDraw to name a
> few.> > MathType has long been known as the professional > version of the
> Equation Editor in Microsoft > Office, used by millions of educators,
> scientists > and engineers to create papers and presentations > with
> textbook-quality equations. According to > scientific and technical
> publishers, over 85% of > submitted manuscripts containing mathematical >
> notation are Microsoft Word documents with > MathType or Equation Editor
> equations.> > MathType is US $57 for academic users, $97 for > non-academic
> users; upgrades are US $37 for > academic users, $49 for non-academic users.
>> Anyone can download MathType from the Design > Science website and try it
> free for 30 days.> > > About Design Science> > Founded in 1986 and
> headquartered in Long Beach, > California, Design Science develops software
> used > by educators, scientists and publishing > professionals, including
> MathType, Equation > Editor in Microsoft Office, WebEQ, MathFlow and >
> MathPlayer, to communicate on the web and in > print. For more information
> please visit >
> <http://cl.exct.net/?qs=67b01c05e3d7c3bf41a8f427ee6e190cdaf03c601550637f0337aa8c659861cb>www.dessci.com.>
>> ###> Design Science> 140 Pine Avenue, 4th Floor> Long Beach, CA 90802>
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