Dr. Robinson provides a detailed guide on completing a quadratic formula in Microsoft Word using UEB math and JAWS screen reader. She breaks down each step, ensuring users can follow along and understand how to effectively utilize the powerful math editor in Word with JAWS.

Dr. Robinson begins the tutorial by explaining how to setup JAWS, for UEB math. She guides users through configuring JAWS settings to ensure correct output in the math editor. For additional help with settings, users can refer to a previous video.

After the setup, Dr. Robinson demonstrates how to open the math editor in Word using “Alt + Equals.” This command opens the editor, allowing users to start inputting equations. She explains that users will enter the quadratic formula character by character, ensuring they follow along slowly.

To illustrate, Dr. Robinson uses the example A = 1, B = -8, and C = 7. She guides users in entering this formula into the editor, stressing the importance of accuracy and correct use of parentheses. Parentheses are crucial for ensuring the editor interprets the formula correctly, especially with complex expressions.

## Navigate Equation Editor in WORD

Next, she shows how to navigate Word’s ribbon using “Alt + J” to access the equation tools. Once there, users can select the quadratic formula from the options. Dr. Robinson encourages users to explore other built-in equations in Word, as they can simplify creating complex mathematical expressions.

While inputting the quadratic formula, Dr. Robinson demonstrates how to use “Alt + J + C” to convert the formula from linear to professional format. This conversion makes the equation visually appealing and easy to read, which is important when sharing or printing the document.

Throughout the tutorial, Dr. Robinson emphasizes showing every step of the equation-solving process. She explains how to break down the quadratic formula into components using the math editor, making each step clear and easy to follow. This approach helps users understand the logic behind solving quadratic equations and reinforces the importance of accuracy.

## Troubleshoot common Issues

Finally, Dr. Robinson offers tips on troubleshooting common issues for UEB math and JAWS, like automatic capitalization in Word. She shows how to adjust autocorrect settings to prevent unwanted changes in mathematical expressions, ensuring equations remain correct and properly formatted.

By the end of the tutorial, users understand how to complete a quadratic formula in Word using UEB math and JAWS. Dr. Robinson’s clear instructions and focus on accuracy make this an essential resource for improving skills in assistive technology for math tasks.