- How to put a symbol
**above**(on the head of) another? For example, I want to produce something like this in one line. a # i.e., a**above**#. The effect should be almost the same with $#^a$ except that a is on the top instead of top right of #. - We can use the
**LaTeX**arrow symbol both in mathematical formulas and text mode, even in pictures and margin indicators. Arrow in Mathematical Formulas. We can use various types of arrows in mathematical mode in**LaTeX**in a pretty straightforward way. We only need to declare the appropriate arrow commands. Here is an example: - Another way to create a bordered matrix with row and column labels. I find this more helpful and easier than the other one. If you understand the code of writing a
**latex**table, then this one is pretty simple. Use \begin {block} {c (ccc)} ... \end {block} to create the matrix, and then put the labels outside it using \begin {blockarray} {cccc ... - Another way to create a bordered matrix with row and column labels. I find this more helpful and easier than the other one. If you understand the code of writing a
**latex**table, then this one is pretty simple. Use \begin {block} {c (ccc)} ... \end {block} to create the matrix, and then put the labels outside it using \begin {blockarray} {cccc ... - right click on textbox - change interpreter into
**latex**- write this $\dot{\alpha}$ in text box - this gives**dot****above**alpha. I double checked this one and it's correct both for regular**letter**and greek**letter**. for greek**letter**you have to use \alpha, \beta, \gamma for example $\dot{\beta}$ $\dot{\gamma}$ $\dot{\delta}$ etc