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]]>Thank you for pointing us in a direction which appears to work. By sheer luck, I might have discovered an easier work around:

1. Make an equation in Word, using the equation editor

2. Copy the equation

3. Paste-special the equation in Visio as “Picture (Enhance Meta file)”

4. Copy the pasted equation, now a figure.

5. Paste-special the figure (= equation) as “Microsoft Visio Drawing”

And as if by magic, the original equation appears without strange symbols. And from what I can tell, it is a vector drawing. If you double click, it opens the embedded Visio file and still shows the scrambled figure from step 3. You can copy-paste an edited equation here from Word, which is faster than going through the process again. I don’t understand why MS can render the equation correctly when rendering it inside an embedded Visio file, but not in the Visio file directly. Maybe that can lead us to a better solution?

Thanks for all the articles!

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