Gets or sets a value that specifies where Microsoft Office Word places binary operators when equations span two or more lines.
Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Tools.Word.v4.0.Utilities (in Microsoft.Office.Tools.Word.v4.0.Utilities.dll)
When the equation breaks on a binary operator—for example, an addition, subtraction, or multiplication operator—there are three different placements of the operator: before the break, after the break, and repeated both before and after the break.
The following code example sets the OMathBreakSub property to a value that converts the sequence of two subtraction operators to a sequence of a plus operator followed by a minus operator. This prevents double negatives from being created when the property is set to wdOMathBreakBinRepeat, which repeats the subtraction operator at the equation break. To use this example, run it from the ThisDocument class in a document-level project.property to a value that causes the binary operator that the equation breaks on to repeat at the beginning of the new line. In addition, the code sets the