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\selectmathset{cm97m}{mathdefault}
\mathdefault
Abbreviation: ã|\smsã%
Parameters: ã|catalog name, user's referenceã%
ã|Description:ã%
The \selectmathset markup loads type for use by math mode. Superscripted
footnotes, and mathematical equations, require the TEXT1 math mode. For
composing printers, the default for the primary (script) math set that is
used to set super or subscripts is a 9 point Computer Modern, the secondary
(script-script) math set which is used to set super-super or sub-subscripts
is 7 point Computer Modern. TEXT1 typewriter printers do not support math
mode. The format of this markup is
\selectmathset{catalog name}{user's reference name}
where catalog name is the system name for that math set. (Complete lists
of the catalog names can be found by going to the TEXT1 help menu, or by
looking in the Font Catalogs.) The design of this name is such that the
first digit(s) is the primary (script) size, the second digit(s) is the
secondary (script-script) size. The user's reference is a name of your own
devising. This name, when prefaced with a backslash will give you access to
that math set.
Typically, the \selectmathset markup is placed in the front of your
document with your \selectfontset markup.
ã|Example:ã%
This math mode example uses a primary 14 point math font, instead of the
default, and a secondary math font of 12 point.
\selectmathset{cm1412m}{bigmath}
\selectfontset{cm18}{bigfont}{default}
\bigfont
\bigmath
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ã|Notes:ã%
Typically, the \selectmathset markup is placed in the front of your document
with your \selectfontset markup.
TEXT1 typewriter printers do not support math mode.
Only the super and subscripts are affected by the math mode fonts
selected with the \selectmathset markup.
See The TEXbook for more on math mode.