MathHelfer is an ultra lightweight word processor help you write well formatted science article in a very light and efficient way without install huge software packages such as TEX and Office Suite. As a rich text editor, MathHelfer can not only handle LaTeX math and equations but also can deal with common style and format tasks required by a normal word processor.
|4||Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac||897MB|
|5||Microsoft Office 2019 for Mac||10GB|
MathHelfer is only 5.1MB, but it can help you write a well formatted science article in a very light way without install the mentioned huge software packages.
1. Add LaTeX Formula
Click menu: File → Show LaTex Panel, input LaTeX math formula and then click .
Note: On the formula panel, you can click to empty the input box.
2. Remove LaTeX Formula
Right click on the formula image and then select the "Delete Image" menu item.
3. Save LaTeX Formula
Right click on the formula image and then select the "Save Image" menu item.
Just dragging the image into the document from Finder and then double click the image to float it so that text can instantly layout to around it.
Just dragging the generated image of LaTeX math formula or common image in the document to an appropriate position and the text will automatically layout to around it.
1. Save as PDF
Click menu: File → Print → Save as PDF.
2. Save as RTFD
Click menu: File → Stick Attachments first to ensure float images converted to attachments before save, and then Save as .rtfd (Rich Text Document with Attachments) file format. The .rtfd file format give you the ability to edit the document with math formula and common images later.
3. Save as HTML
Click menu: File → Save, select "Apple HTML document" file format and then save.
File format for open and save includes:
Format word, line and paragraph just like in TextEdit.
MathHelfer can help you write well formatted science article but not limited that it can also help you write resume, annual report, magazine or anything you want a word processor help you.