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Document 177 ## How to place mathematics in section headings
Depending on the style you're using, placing mathematics in section headings can cause problems when you try to compile your document with LaTeX. In certain circumstances, LaTeX doesn't allow mathematics in section headings. However, you may be able to use the \protect command to place mathematical symbols and characters in section headings.
To use the \protect command to enter mathematical symbols or characters in a section heading: -
Type the character or symbol you want to appear in the heading. -
Copy the character or symbol to the clipboard. -
Place the insertion point in the heading where you want mathematics to appear. -
Start mathematics. -
From the Insert menu, choose Fieldand then choose TeX. -
In the entry box, type {\protect}. -
Place the insertion point to the left of the }. -
Copy the mathematics from the clipboard. -
Remove the $ on either side of the copied mathematics. -
Choose OK.
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