Design Science has released MathType 6.7 for Macintosh, featuring support for Microsoft Office 2011, Mac OS X Lion, as well as extending its support to more than 500 applications and websites in areas such as education, e-learning, calculation, word processing, presentation, email, blogs and wikis. MathType 6.7 advances the company's ‘Equations Everywhere and Anywhere!’ initiative to have MathType work with virtually all applications and websites used by students, teachers, professors, elearning authors, scientists and engineers. Some of the supported applications and websites include Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, iWork (pages, numbers, keynote), OpenOffice, Google Docs, InDesign, Maple, Mathematica and Wolfram Alpha.
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