Hi all.

Here is my question:

How do you translate the following equation from latex into openoffice math:

\begin{equation*}

\mathcal{S}=\mathcal{P}(\mathcal{F})

\end{equation*}

Just to give an idea of the semantics (probably not relevant). Here, calligraphic P is the set of parts of a set (all subsets of a given set), while caligraphic S and F are two sets of abstract entities in a certain context.

I guess in the current version of OpenOffice I have to define some symbol for \mathcal{P}, \mathcal{S} and \mathcal{F}. The problem is: I cannot find any font that resembles the ones in latex (which look quite nice). Furthermore, I'd like it to be a portable font that is found on any system, so I could take my impress presentation on a Mac, Windows or Linux machine and still be able to present. I could of course just cut out the formula from latex, but I would very much like a nice clean solution.

Thanks in advance,

Stefan.