Neil Bennett and Alex Cadwallader of Leonard Curtis Business Solution Group were appointed Joint Administrators of Adept Scientific Limited (“the Company”) on 4 November 2014.

The affairs, business and property of the Company are being managed by the Joint Administrators, who act as agents of the Company without personal liability.

If you are interested in purchasing the business and assets of the Company, please contact Tony Poole or Kay Porter, AgentCite Limited, on 01277 312121.

If you have any questions regarding the Administration, please contact Samuel Wood at recovery@leonardcurtis.co.uk.

MathType for Windows vs Equation Editor

1. What’s the difference between MathType and Equation Editor?

The short answer is that all of the features discussed on this web site are exclusive to MathType or are significantly improved over the same feature in Equation Editor. There have been no significant changes to Equation Editor since we licensed it to Microsoft in 1991. MathType, on the other hand, has been continually upgraded and improved.

2. Will others who don’t use MathType be able to read my equations?

Windows users need to download and install the MathType fonts available free on our web site. Alternatively, both Mac and Windows users can download our free MathType 30-day trial which will install the fonts and work as a better Equation Editor even when the 30 days are up.

3. Will I be able to edit MathType equations with Equation Editor?

No, but if you download the free, MathType 30-day trial, you will be able to edit all MathType equations. At the end of the trial period, MathType will revert to MathType Lite and you will always be able to view and edit MathType and Equation Editor equations.

4. If I install your 30-day demo of MathType and decide not to buy it, can I go back to using Equation Editor?

Yes, if you prefer. However, you should know that after the 30-day trial period MathType becomes MathType Lite, which is better than Equation Editor. You get to keep all of MathType’s additional fonts, letting you collaborate with both MathType and Equation Editor users. MathType Lite is free forever.

5. How do I type a space into an equation? Why does it beep when I hit the spacebar?

MathType automatically applies spacing as you type according the rules of mathematical typesetting. This involves 6 different space widths, none of which are the width of a normal space. Since people are so used to hitting the spacebar while typing, we disable it when math is being entered. However, MathType also has a Text mode which allows you to type in a plain English phrase or sentence in the middle of an equation. And, of course, the spacebar works in Text mode.

The Next Steps

What do our Customers say about us?

Easy to book a place on the course, helpful staff at Adept. Very good introduction to the Endnote software, covered a wide range of topics. Knowledgeable on the Endnote program. Very helpful in answering any questions. Pace of learning was fine. Very good facilities.

Ms N Calver, Manchester, UK

I would like to sincerely thank you for your extremely prompt and efficient service – much appreciated and rare these days.

SA, Sheffield, UK

Many thanks for the prompt reply – I went ahead and purchased the download and was able to upgrade as you promised – fantastic service! I shall be recommenting Adept Scientific to anyone who’ll listen to me!

SF, Leicester, UK

I have now followed your (very clear!) instructions and am happy to report that my problem is solved. Magic! You have made me a much, much happier person!

CS, Reading, UK