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Subscript & Superscript in a Fraction Format

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Hi Guys

 

I'm new to this website :)..

 

I've been trying to write d2uw/dy2 in AutoCad 2016 (Mac), this is the second derivative of of uw over y.

 

Now d2uw (2 is superscript and w is subscript) is straight forward (using ^ and staking option), **Problem is I can't write d2uw / dy2 in a horizontal fraction format**.

 

Anyone has an idea on how you can superscript, subscript and have it all in a horizontal fraction ?

 

Many thanks in advanced

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ReMark

Can we see an image of what you are getting as a result?

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Can we see an image of what you are getting as a result?

 

Thanks for your reply ReMark;

Please find attached image; I'm trying to have the whole thing in a horizontal fraction but I can't see 'stack' option when I right click!

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Did you forget to attach the imagine?

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Did you forget to attach the imagine?

 

Sorry guys, image attached this time!

 

I'm trying to have the whole thing in a horizontal fraction but I can't see 'stack' option when I right click as shown by the image.

Screen Shot 2017-07-31 at 16.04.52.jpg

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Thanks Cad64, this was helpful for uploading my image..

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I don't think it is possible. I'd suggest writing the upper and lower portions of the derivative as two separate text entities separated by a line.

 

Or would this work? I did it using MText (two lines & underline the first three characters of the top).

 

Stacked derivative.JPG

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Thanks ReMark.. This will do :)

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