# Chapter 2.2.4 LibreOffice Math¶

LibreOffice Math is the default application for typesetting equations on Lubuntu.

## Screenshot¶

## Usage¶

To save your formula you have written in LibreOffice math press `Control +S` or . To open a file press `Control +O` or . To print your formula press `Control +P` or . To view your printer settings . To save a file as a different name press `Control+Shift+S` or . To view your recent files .

To paste text into LibreOffice math press `Control +V` or . To copy text from LibreOffice math press `Control+C` or . To cut text from LibreOffice math press `Control +X` or . To select all text press `Control+A` or .

To undo changes in LibreOffice math press `Control +Z` or . To redo a change you have undone press `Control +Y` or .

The left hand side has many symbols you can use for say set relations and other operators. To insert even more symbols

.To change the fonts of your formulas

which brings up a window for fonts for different contexts. To change your font size . To bring up a menu to change your alignment .To change zoom

and select the zoom you want. In the bottom right hand corner there is a zoom slider. To zoom in move the slider to the right and to zoom out move the slider to the left.To quit LibreOffice Math press `Control+Q`.

## Version¶

Lubuntu ships with Version 7.2.1.2 of LibreOffice Math.

## How to Launch¶

To launch LibreOffice Math in the menu

or run```
lomath
```

from the command line. The icon for LibreOffice Math looks like a piece of paper with the math symbol for square root of x.