The error message:
.NET Programmability Support for Microsoft Office is required to install Microsoft Mathematics Add-in
Here's what fixed it for me:
I had to make sure a specific version of .NET framework was enabled.
Make sure .NET 3.5 is enabled.
How to do it: (I'm using windows 8 and office 2013)
- Control panel
- Programs and features
- Turn windows features on or off
- Enable .NET Framework 3.5 (includes .net 2.0 and 3.0)
OK. That's the good news.
Bad news is that the add-in is very buggy. It may not have been properly tested with Windows 8 or onenote 2013.
Once the feature is installed, it appears to have focus and/or lockup issues in OneNote.
So far the bug seems to be avoidable if you disable the "send to one note" app in the system tray. (close/exit)
Also, when graphing an equation you need to select the text box and not leave the caret blinking before clicking the graph button. This seems to avoid the focus and lock-up issues.