And I want to align the betas on the right, and the argument(QED,ED,QD) on the left. Currently I use brackets only.

Any clue on how to do it?

Thanks!

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And I want to align the betas on the right, and the argument(QED,ED,QD) on the left. Currently I use brackets only.

Any clue on how to do it?

Thanks!

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Here's a way in Word 2007; later versions should work similarly. This is for the new-style equation editor, which I believe is what you're using since your screenshot is in the Cambria Math font.

- in your equation, after the equals sign, insert left bracket from "Cases and Stacks":

- Put the cursor just right of the two placeholder boxes:

- Hit
`Backspace`twice to replace the two boxes with a single box:

- Insert a matrix with three rows and two columns:

The result will be:

- Fill in the contents of your matrix:

- Right-click the left column, select Column Alignment, and pick Left:

- Right-click the right column, select Column Alignment, and pick Right:

The final result: