To begin, you should open InDesign, which you may be able to do by clicking a desktop shortcut
If InDesign is not on your desktop, click the Windows icon in the bottom-left corner of the screen. Clicking the Windows icon once reveals a list of your recently used programs. You may find InDesign here. It has a pink-and-purple icon with the letters "ID".
Once you have clicked the name of the program, it will begin to load and will take you to your workspace. A dialogue box will appear every time you open InDesign. You can use this box to open recent items or create new items.
Then, in the expanded menu, you will notice that some of the fonts have an "O" icon on their left side, which means that these are OpenType fonts. If you want to format fractions, you need to use an open-type font.
After clicking "Fractions", you can see on your screen that the style of the highlighted fraction has changed. Formatting fractions in this way works for most fractions. There may be some that are not formatted correctly.
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