### CO_2

How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized in LaTeX: the catalytic subunit of the key enzyme of the light dependent $CO_{2}$-fixation I am sure there is a way in LyX to do that but I can't find it (checked Embedded Objects) Wolfgang

### Re: CO_2

On Mon, 20 Apr 2009 10:19:53 +0200, Wolfgang Engelmann engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de wrote: How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized Do you mean you want to write it like a math formula? Use Insert-Math-Inline Formula or press Ctrl-M, then type CO_2 and see if thats what

### Re: CO_2

--- On Mon, 4/20/09, Wolfgang Engelmann engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de wrote: How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized in LaTeX: the catalytic subunit of the key enzyme of the light dependent $CO_{2}$-fixation I am sure there is a way in LyX to do that but I can't

### Re: CO_2

Wolfgang Engelmann schrieb: How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized in LaTeX: the catalytic subunit of the key enzyme of the light dependent $CO_{2}$-fixation I am sure there is a way in LyX to do that but I can't find it (checked Embedded Objects) Wolfgang

### Re: CO_2

For me as Chemist, it works fine to just type the _2 in math-mode... ( CO$_{2}$ ) Another possibility would be to use the roman math-font ( $\mathrm{CO_{2}}$ ,there is a button in the math-toolbar). Thank you and the others I will use this one Wolfgang

### CO_2

How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized in LaTeX: the catalytic subunit of the key enzyme of the light dependent $CO_{2}$-fixation I am sure there is a way in LyX to do that but I can't find it (checked Embedded Objects) Wolfgang

### Re: CO_2

On Mon, 20 Apr 2009 10:19:53 +0200, Wolfgang Engelmann engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de wrote: How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized Do you mean you want to write it like a math formula? Use Insert-Math-Inline Formula or press Ctrl-M, then type CO_2 and see if thats what

### Re: CO_2

--- On Mon, 4/20/09, Wolfgang Engelmann engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de wrote: How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized in LaTeX: the catalytic subunit of the key enzyme of the light dependent $CO_{2}$-fixation I am sure there is a way in LyX to do that but I can't

### Re: CO_2

Wolfgang Engelmann schrieb: How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized in LaTeX: the catalytic subunit of the key enzyme of the light dependent $CO_{2}$-fixation I am sure there is a way in LyX to do that but I can't find it (checked Embedded Objects) Wolfgang

### Re: CO_2

For me as Chemist, it works fine to just type the _2 in math-mode... ( CO$_{2}$ ) Another possibility would be to use the roman math-font ( $\mathrm{CO_{2}}$ ,there is a button in the math-toolbar). Thank you and the others I will use this one Wolfgang

### CO_2

How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized in LaTeX: the catalytic subunit of the key enzyme of the light dependent $CO_{2}$-fixation I am sure there is a way in LyX to do that but I can't find it (checked Embedded Objects) Wolfgang

### Re: CO_2

On Mon, 20 Apr 2009 10:19:53 +0200, Wolfgang Engelmann <engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de> wrote: How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized Do you mean you want to write it like a math formula? Use Insert->Math->Inline Formula or press Ctrl-M, then type CO_2 and s

### Re: CO_2

--- On Mon, 4/20/09, Wolfgang Engelmann <engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de> wrote: > How would I write CO_2 in such a way > that it is not emphasized > > in LaTeX: > the catalytic subunit of the key enzyme of the light > dependent > $CO_{2}$-fixation > > I am

### Re: CO_2

Wolfgang Engelmann schrieb: How would I write CO_2 in such a way that it is not emphasized in LaTeX: the catalytic subunit of the key enzyme of the light dependent $CO_{2}$-fixation I am sure there is a way in LyX to do that but I can't find it (checked Embedded Objects) Wolfgang

### Re: CO_2

> > For me as Chemist, it works fine to just type the _2 in math-mode... ( > CO$_{2}$ ) > Another possibility would be to use the roman math-font ( > $\mathrm{CO_{2}}$ ,there is a button in the math-toolbar). Thank you and the others I will use this one Wolfgang