# Writing integration formulas

Working in Libre Writer, I know how to write an integration symbol with from {a} to{b}, but how would one write the antiderivative with respect to b minus the antiderivative with respect to a, using either the line or square bracket. See this link for exactly what i want to write: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzT... The closest ways I have found for this is either:

left [ F(x) right ] binom{b}{a}

or

F(x) "]" binom {b}{a}

or

F(x) "]" csub a csup b

but none will give me exactly what I need. I realize this probably could be completed with Latex, but I don't have the time to learn it right now, plus i've already completed 15 pages on libre writer.

All help is appreciated Cheers