Office 2010 features RichEdit 7.0 'enhanced math features'

RichEdit 7.0 will ship with Office 2010, Most additions involve math editing/display and play a central role in the math features of OneNote 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Excel 2010, and other OfficeArt applications. Specifically RichEdit’s responsible for interfacing to LineServices and Page/TableServices math handlers, the math font library, and for a significant part of the math user interface […]
RichEdit 7.0 will ship with Office 2010, Most additions involve math editing/display and play a central role in the math features of OneNote 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Excel 2010, and other OfficeArt applications. Specifically RichEdit’s responsible for interfacing to LineServices and Page/TableServices math handlers, the math font library, and for a significant part of the math user interface in those applications. RichEdit team also has spent considerable time working in OfficeArt and mso (a large Office shared library) code bases, both for math implementation and for extending/maintaining OfficeArt text. Latter is responsible for text in PowerPoint, text boxes in Excel, and other Office apps except Word, which renders the text in its own text boxes. Team also spent fair amount of time supporting Windows 7 and WinCE versions of RichEdit, explained.