Category Archive for: On-line Resources

Help and context sensitive help

Mathcad provides several ways to get help on product features through a traditional on-line Help system. To see Mathcad’s on-line Help at any time, choose Mathcad Help from the Help menu, or press [Fl]. Choose Tip of the Day from the Help menu for a series of helpful hints on using Mathcad. Mathcad automatically displays…

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Finding information in an Electronic Book

In addition to using the Table of Contents to find topics in the Electronic Book, you can search for topics or phrases. To do so: • Click on the Search button in the Electronic Book toolbar to open the Search dialog box shown below. • Type a word or phrase in the “Search for” text…

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Using Electronic Books

MathSoft and selected third-party publishers produce Mathcad Electronic Books, which are disk- and CD-based electronic publications that provide technical professionals, professors, and students with a wide range of technical reference and educational content, all created with Mathcad. Electronic Books help you get more out of Mathcad, because: • Every page of an Electronic Book is…

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Web-browsing application

you can view with a standard Web-browsing application, in addition to Mathcad worksheets. You have the convenience of accessing all of the rich information resources of the Internet without leaving the Mathcad environment. To browse to any World Wide Web page from within the Resource Center window: • Click on the Web Toolbar button (the…

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Resource Center 

If you learn best from examples, want information you can put to work immediately in your Mathcad worksheets, or wish to access any page on the World Wide Web from within Mathcad, choose Resource Center from the Help menu. You will see a Mathcad Electronic Book in a custom window with its own tool bar,…

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Opening a worksheet or other file stored in the Collaboratory

If you have a dial-up or direct Internet connection, you can access the MathSoft Collaboratory server. The Collaboratory is an interactive World Wide Web service that puts you in contact with a community of Mathcad users. The Collaboratory consists of a group of forums where you can contribute files, post messages, download files contributed by…

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Internet access in Mathcad

A number of the on-line Mathcad resources described in this chapter are located not on your own computer or on a local network but on the Internet, the global network that includes the World Wide Web. When you choose Collaboratory from the File menu, for example, you are requesting information from a file server on…

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