Hi, I'm a student who takes a lot of science classes. In physics, we have to notate vectors differently than regular letters; they need an arrow above them. I use a lot of stackexchange forums, and there they use something called LaTex to format answers in a way that is nice scientifically. Wikipedia of course uses the same things. I'm willing to do more research into this, but I'm asking this as just a starter question before I look into anything anymore than I have to. For a stackexchange example, this thread shows nicely formatted chemical formulas by the original text being parsed through LaTex. I can't continue writing a vector as A because that means the magnitude of vector A, so I need to have really good scientific formatting for things I want to type. Is there any way to do this in Evernote?