**Note**: The Math Group only appears in the ribbon if one of the two Math templates has been applied.

The first icon in the Math Group, "3y", indicates the "Linear Math" style. (Think of "3y" as a term in a mathematical equation.)

This option is for transcribers who want to enter a piece of math in direct braille.

Enclosing a math expression in this style places the expression into the SimBraille font and will pass it to DBT as "exact translation" material (a piece of pre-translated braille). This means the author is taking on the task of entering the correct braille markup directly into the Word document, which implies knowledge of the spacing and symbols required.

This style also attempts to keep the entire math expression on the same braille line and same braille page.

One Word Bridge is intended to indicate a single word that appears between two segments of technical notation. It puts that single word into UEB (instead of Nemeth code). However, rather than the full set of indicators to end and start Nemeth Code, it simply inserts dots 6, 3 before the word. This option is in the UEB with Nemeth template only.

While in a section of technical notation, use this style to indicate that the enclosed text is literary text, not math. This style is not limited to use on a single word. It is in the BANA EBAE Nemeth template only.

Use this style to specify that a section of text in a document should be treated as Nemeth code. This icon appears in both Math templates.

Use this style in either Math template to enter an embedded transcriber's note (7 words or fewer) in a Nemeth context. Beginning and ending transcriber's note indicators are automatically inserted surrounding the text. (Each TN indicator appears as the combination, comma and single quote (**,'**), in ASCII braille; which are the 2 cells: dot 6, dot 3.)

These SimBraille Nemeth emphasis indicators can be used as needed to control correct translation. This menu is the same in both Math templates.

Begin Bold Exact ,'_ (followed by non-breaking space)

End Bold Exact _,' (preceded by non-breaking space)

Begin Bold/Italics Exact ,'_,'. (followed by non-breaking space)

End Bold/Italics Exact .,'_,' (preceded by non-breaking space)

Begin Italics Exact ,'. (followed by non-breaking space)

End Italics Exact .,' (preceded by non-breaking space)

These codes allow the Nemeth transcriber greater control over how text is translated. Show/Hide (Ctrl+*) - must be active.

Technical Notation Start [[*ts*]]

Technical Notation [[*te*]]

Technical Chain Start [[*idle~ptims*]]

Technical Chain End [[*idle~ptime*]]

Omit Number Sign Start [[*ons*]]

Omit Number Sign End [[*one*]]

See "Producing Nemeth Code Math within UEB" on page 1 for additional information on using the new Nemeth codes.

These codes allow the Nemeth transcriber greater control over how text is translated. Show/Hide (Ctrl+*) - must be active.

Technical Context Start [[*tcs*]]

Technical Context End [[*tce*]]

Technical Notation Start [[*ts*]]

Technical Notation End [[*te*]]

Omit Number Sign Start [[*ons*]]

Omit Number Sign End [[*one*]]