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I'm used to using latex on forums where \sum_{adsf} displays the large sigma with 'asdf' displaying beneath it, but when I do it in texshop I get the 'small' sigma with 'asdf' displaying on the bottom right corner. How do I get the bigger sum notation? Thanks.

- Dragonfall
**Posts:**2**Joined:**Sat Aug 19, 2006 5:04 am

Howdy,

By default, this is the way (La)TeX displays in-line sums since it takes up less vertical space. Use \sum\limits_{abc} to force the lower limit under the \sum in in-line equations. Display equations have the lower limit under the \sum by default. Use \sum\nolimits_{abc} to display it at the side.

By the way, the best place to get answers to (La)TeX, as opposed to specifically TeXShop, problems is via the Mac OS X list. A really friendly (well we all have our bad days) group of folks that are quite generally very helpful. See the Sticky message near the top of this forum.

By default, this is the way (La)TeX displays in-line sums since it takes up less vertical space. Use \sum\limits_{abc} to force the lower limit under the \sum in in-line equations. Display equations have the lower limit under the \sum by default. Use \sum\nolimits_{abc} to display it at the side.

By the way, the best place to get answers to (La)TeX, as opposed to specifically TeXShop, problems is via the Mac OS X list. A really friendly (well we all have our bad days) group of folks that are quite generally very helpful. See the Sticky message near the top of this forum.

Good Luck,

Herb Schulz

Herb Schulz

- Herbert Schulz
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