MathType documentation

MathType is a suite of products to edit math equations and chemistry formulas in different technological set-ups. Which of the MathType products you choose will depend on your use case, such as editing an equation in Microsoft Word, a Google document, or your LMS.



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Where do you use MathType?

Google docs
Google slides
 MS Office Word
MS Office Powerpoint
Blackboard LMS
Canvas LMS
Moodle LMS
Schoology LMS
MathType for Office Tools is a suite of products to edit math equations and chemistry formulas in different technological setups. You will be able to quickly edit equations in your favourite applications: Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Docs, Google Slides, and many others.

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Google Docs

MathType 7 for Windows and Mac

MathType 7 is a desktop application compatible with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Pages, Keynote and publishing tools. Notice MathType7 for Mac is compatible up to 10.14 Mojave.

MathType for Microsoft 365

Easily create beautiful math equations in Microsoft 365. MathType is compatible with Word online and Word desktop. You can use MathType on your PC, Mac or iPad.

MathType for Google Workspace

Add-on for Docs and Slides that allows you to easily create and edit mathematical notation. Handwriting input also available for your Chromebook or touch screen devices.

Integrations into HTML editors

Custom integrations - SDK

Integrations into XML editors

Integrations into CMS

ChemType is a flavour of MathType designed to help you work with chemical notation. You have an specialized toolbar with the common chemical symbols in the main tab. Chemical notation is different from math notation in terms of italization of variables, we provide the expected user experience.
ChemType is part of MathType Integrations. You will find a specific icon to edit chemical formulas. Learn more about our chemical notation

ChemType Documentation