I am fairly new to LaTeX and I am currently using it to insert formatted equations into Microsoft Word (Office 365 version on Mac). However, for some reason in indents the first line of a multi line equation. Is there anyway to remove this indent or does LaTeXiT assume that you only operate with one equation at a time?
I am not familiar with that program, but I read
Align in your screenshot. Try to click on
in the code section, and compile.
On the other hand,
\noindent$f(x)=0$ \\ $f(y)=1$
Text mode should do what you want (as long it behaves as I expect).
An answer Ryan Schaefer's question in the comment section below: Elementary,
align [sic!] is a very common and useful environment for math and very useful in
LaTeX (I guess that is the reason why it it is in most left/first position), secondly, I have read https://chachatelier.fr/latexit/latexit-home.php and by the functionality of the sw this is what I would expect/design as a sw engineer with some knowledge on
LaTeX. I assume that the application basically compiles a LaTeX-document and returns a bitmap or vector graphic. David Carlisle's comment should work for the same reasons.
I might add that switching from Word to LaTeX might be beneficially if allowed possible, see What are good learning resources for a LaTeX beginner?. Also using that image generated by LaTeXiT might give you font inconsistencies.