I'm giving a presentation with a notebook as a slide show and would like some of my equations to appear professional. For example I have an integral function with a square root in the denominator but the integral symbol and fraction with the square root appears odd, not sized correctly, an unprofessional-looking when I try to display it with Text and Style. Here is an example of my code. Could someone suggest a way to make this expression appear latex-quality in a notebook? I only want to display it and several others as a label underneath plots.
Thanks for reading.
Text[Style["\[Zeta]=\[Xi]+\[Eta]I=\!\(\*SubsuperscriptBox[\n StyleBox[\"\ [Integral]\",\nFontSize->36], \"0\", \"z\"]\)\!\(\*FractionBox[\(A\), SqrtBox[\(\((1 - \*SuperscriptBox[\(w\), \(2\)])\) \((\*SuperscriptBox[\(a\), \\(2\)] - \*SuperscriptBox[\(w\), \(2\)])\)\)]]\)\[DifferentialD]w", 16]]