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Type Fractions

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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==
 
===Typing Fractions on a PC===
 
===Typing Fractions on a PC===
#Use the division symbol to type a fraction. This may be done by first typing the numerator (the top number of the fraction), the forward slash key (), and the denominator (the bottom number of a fraction).<ref>http://askthecomputerlady.com/questions/2010/01/typing-fractions/</ref> An example would look like 5/32.[[Image:Type Fractions Step 1 Version 5.jpg|center]]
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#Use the division symbol to type a fraction. This may be done by first typing the numerator (the top number of the fraction), the forward slash key (), and the denominator (the bottom number of a fraction). An example would look like 5/32.<ref>http://libanswers.walsh.edu/faq/147443</ref>[[Image:Type Fractions Step 1 Version 5.jpg|center]]
#*If you want to type a whole number with a fraction, simply type the whole number followed by a space, and then include the fraction following the instruction above. For example 1 1/2.<ref>https://ift.tt/2Axlflp>
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#*If you want to type a whole number with a fraction, simply type the whole number followed by a space, and then include the fraction following the instruction above. For example 1 1/2.
 
#Use the auto-formatting feature in Word programs. There is a feature that will convert a fraction typed using the forward slash (as in the step above), and convert to a fraction symbol, which features the numerator and denominator separated by a horizontal bar.[[Image:Type Fractions Step 2 Version 5.jpg|center]]
 
#Use the auto-formatting feature in Word programs. There is a feature that will convert a fraction typed using the forward slash (as in the step above), and convert to a fraction symbol, which features the numerator and denominator separated by a horizontal bar.[[Image:Type Fractions Step 2 Version 5.jpg|center]]
 
#*This function is usually on by default. However, you can check to make sure it is on by going to "Word Options", in the dialog box that appears click, "Proofing", and then click "AutoCorrect Options". There, you can turn AutoCorrect on or off, and you can also edit when and how it corrects certain things.<ref>https://ift.tt/2QhNFus>
 
#*This function is usually on by default. However, you can check to make sure it is on by going to "Word Options", in the dialog box that appears click, "Proofing", and then click "AutoCorrect Options". There, you can turn AutoCorrect on or off, and you can also edit when and how it corrects certain things.<ref>https://ift.tt/2QhNFus>
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== References ==
 
== References ==
   
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