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Old 03-19-2012, 11:15 PM   #1
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Open/Libre Office Formula Editor - How to write reserved symbols?

I'm trying to add the subscript "int" to something in the LibreOffice formula editor, but it automatically changes this into an integral. I know I can just put spaces between each letter, but that bothers me and seems unclean. How do I correctly write "int" without it becoming an integral?

Also, just for future reference, is this formula editor format based off of LaTeX/TeX?

Thank you much!
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