I love using OneNote 2013 for my note taking, but whenever the professor starts writing equations I start to get behind by having to use the equation editor and manually entering in equations, symbols, etc,. I'd like to speed up my equation editing by using the keyboard shortcuts/quick formatting features built in. What are these shortcuts?

Example shortcuts that I already know:

`Alt`+`=`will start a new equation editor`x_i`

+`space`= x_{i}`x^i`

+`space`= x^{i}if I type in:

`(<equation>)/(<equation>)`

+`space`I get a nicely formatted equation like so:

`<equation> ---------- <equation>`

These are just a few. I'm looking for an exhaustive list of these features.

^{Note: I'm not looking for keyboard shortcuts for just OneNote. I'm specifically talking about the equation editor.}

`:)`

(and then hit space) in Outlook and it replaces it with happy face. So I'm thinking you're probably looking for a list of those auto-corrections/formatters, not really 'keyboard shortcuts'. :) – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Oct 21 '14 at 19:09`Ctrl+B`

to make text bold in any office document). I'm just looking for anything within the scope of the Equation Editor. – James Mertz Oct 21 '14 at 19:16