For mathemagicians and computing scientists, one of the pains of complex equations (aside from solving them) is writing down the notations in Word. It is supported, but you would have to punch a couple of buttons to get it right (after several trials and errors). Didn’t you wish there was a more intuitive way to input your favorite math jargons (Schwarz formula anyone?)…
Windows 7 has invested a lot in recognizing ink drawn math equations. Presenting the Math Input Panel (MIP)
Finally you can easily insert and edit equations, just like you would any text. Read more about it here (http://blogs.msdn.com/e7/archive/2009/04/23/ink-input-and-tablet.aspx).
Windows 7 is will be out in MSDNAA this month!