# how insert equation in autocorrect

wish to use abbreviations to insert repetitive equations in line in text. can this be done through autocorrect facility? thank you

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Not with AutoCorrect, but you can use AutoText instead without a problem. Insert your equation, select it as if it were text and then go to **Tools → AutoText**, provide a name and a shortcut and accept. Now, on any document, type your shortcut and press `F3`

to activate it.

(I talk about AutoText and AutoCorrect on my free book about Writer ;) )

Asked: ** 2019-02-24 12:03:25 +0200 **

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Last updated: **Feb 24 '19**

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