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Equatio for Windows

Create mathematical equations, formulas, quizzes and more in Microsoft Word.

Add math to Microsoft Word

Equatio® for Windows integrates easily with Microsoft Word*. It lets you add math formulas and other expressions into documents with a click.

* Desktop version of Microsoft Word only - not compatible with Word Online at this time

Math prediction

Equatio for Windows can intelligently predict what you type. It will suggest ‘square root’ when you enter ‘sq’, just like text prediction on your phone.

Online graphing calculator

Our graphing tool powered by Desmos makes math visual.

Simply enter any expression and see it plotted instantly. A premium subscription includes the ability to overlay graphs and use a dynamic slider to see the effect of changing variables in real time - great for visual learners and teachers alike.

Math your way

Dictate equations and formulas aloud.

EquatIO for Windows understands what you’re saying, turning your spoken input to written expressions. It even ignores those ‘umms’ and ‘errs’ when you’re lost for words. EquatIO also allows you to write math freehand on your device. It instantly turns your handwriting into beautifully formed math expressions.

Are you ready to find out more about Equatio for Windows?

If you have any questions about Equatio for Windows, you’d like to see it in action or you’d like to talk to one of our Texthelpers about licensing options, then please complete this form.

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We try to respond to you within 24 hours (max). Sometimes that isn’t always possible (over the weekend for example). But we’ll try to get back to you as soon as possible.

What educators say about Equatio

“Using Equatio was a real turning point for me and my students, finally we could all learn   math in a fully digital and inclusive way.”