Aurora settings in Word
Use font size of the surrounding text for new equations
When this flag is enabled (default), new inline equations adopt the same font size as the text around them—larger in headings, smaller in footnotes, and so on, while new display equations get the font size from their respective styles: “Display Equation” and “Display Equation (numbered)”.
Disabling this setting makes Aurora reuse the font size of the last edited formula when creating new equations of either type.
Update chapter and section numbers when creating numbered equations
By default, inserting a new numbered equation prompts Aurora to look for changes in the document structure that might lead to changes in equation numbering. Since this process is done in the background, it should not normally distract you from entering the equation. However, if you find the delay unacceptable, you may disable this renumbering here. If you do so, use the “Update equation numbers” command from time to time to ensure the equation numbers remain in sync.
This flag has no effect when automatic chapter and section numbering is disabled in the “Manage equation numbering...” dialog.
Show the “Insert equation reference” dialog
Specifies whether to display the help dialog when the “Insert equation reference” command is used. If you checked the box “In the future, do not show me this reminder” within the dialog and want the dialog to be shown again, you can enable it here.