Are you trying to insert an Equation in LibreOffice?

Well, you have already started reading the right blog post.

So, Today in this tutorial I'm going to share a complete step-by-step guide on how you can insert a Mathematical equation in LibreOffice

**writer.**LibreOffice is one of the best free open-source office productivity software suites. And also the best free alternative to Microsoft Office.

It's an easy task to insert Mathematical or Chemical equations in LibreOffice

Let's start...

**writer if you have used Microsoft Office Word, it's a little bit different as we insert an equation in Microsoft Office Word.**Let's start...

## How to insert Equations in LibreOffice

Follow the simple steps below to insert/add Mathematical or Chemical equations in the LibreOffice writer document.Step1: Open

**LibreOffice**and go to the

**Insert**>

**Object > Formula**

**Function**. Put your values in place of

**<?>**. To insert the Mathematical symbol click the

**Ω**option and select the symbol then click the

**Insert**button.

That's done.

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I hope this short tutorial will help you to insert Mathematical/Chemical equations in your LibreOffice

**document writer.**
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