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**Problem**

If you have to put some math writing into your Evernote notes, and you have a Mac device, there is a very simple way to solve your problem out.

**Solution**

This way is called Grapher, a built-in application for visualising math stuffs.

**Tutorial**

Here below a simple tutorial:

**1. find Grapher**among your applications. You can either search for it within Spotlight or using the launchpad.

**2. write the equation**you would like to put into your Evernote note.

**3. copy the equation**as TIFF

**4. paste the equation**into Evernote

And that’s it!

I think this trick is very useful when you have some “heavy” equations that would not be clear enough if it would just be written in simple text.

Sharing the post on Google + I have received the good advice to use daum equation editor, specifically aimed at writing equations.

I think the Grapher advantage is that is a built-in application, nevertheless, I’m really grateful to Roberta Normano for the tip.

Other tips are welcome!

Great idea. Thanks!

Glad you found it useful!

thank you for commenting and happy new year!

correction: eatags.com

great reference Ibrahim, thank you,

and thank you for commenting as well!

Nice idea but if you know a a little LaTeX you can write it as a LaTeX and have the third-party service eatgs.com convert it to an image. With this service you can also create table of contents for tags or ntoebooks I find it useful.