What is the shortcut to create a new equation in Word 2011?
I have looked at this shortcut list, but it does not include that.
Inserting a new Equation:
Go to System Preferences » Keyboard » Keyboard Shortcuts, and set up an Application shortcut for Microsoft Word.
As the menu item's title, use "Equation".
This will add a new equation to the document:
Opening the Equation editor:
Go to Tools » Customize Keyboard. Here, create a new shortcut for Insert » InsertEquation.
For example, I've used Command-Shift-E. Make sure you click Assign, then OK.
For me with Word for Mac 2011, inserting equation shortcut is already set as: Ctrl+=
For PC users, in Microsoft Word 2010, it is Alt+= to create an equation in your document.
For Office 2010
File\Options\Customize Ribbon\Keyboard shortcuts Customize\Insert Tab\EquationInsert
Press new shortcut key
Note: CHOOSE EQUATIONINSERT, not