Category Archive for: Worksheet Management

Equations in text

This section describes how to insert equations into your text regions. Equations inserted into text have the same properties as those in the rest of your worksheet. You can edit them using the methods described in Chapter 3, “Editing Equations.” Entering an equation into text can affect the spacing between the lines of a text…

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Inserting text

This section describes how to create text regions in Mathcad. Text regions are useful for inserting any kind of text into your worksheets and templates: comments around the equations and plots in your worksheet, blocks of explanatory text, background information, instructions for the use of the worksheet, and so on. There is no limit on…

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Inserting Mathcad objects into other applications

Just as you can insert objects into a Mathcad worksheet from other OLE2-compatible applications, you can insert Mathcad objects-either entire Mathcad worksheets or selected Mathcad regions-into other applications. The methods of doing so are nearly the same as those outlined in the previous section for inserting objects into Mathcad. They depend, however, on the extent…

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Pasting an object into a worksheet

Instead of inserting an object through the Insert Object dialog box, you can copy an object from a source application to the clipboard and paste it into Mathcad. This method is particularly useful when you’ve already created the object in another application and you don’t want to insert an entire file. To insert an embedded…

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Using OLE

As you develop a Mathcad worksheet, you may want to embellish it or extend its functionality by inserting objects, which are elements you create in another application such as a word processor or a drawing package. Conversely, you may want to insert Mathcad worksheets or regions from a Mathcad worksheet into another application. OLE (Object Linking…

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worksheet

you launch either the application that created the file or an application that is associated with a file of that type in the Windows Registry. You do not have the option of displaying such hyperlinked files within a pop-up window in the Mathcad application frame. For example, to create a hyperlink from a Mathcad worksheet…

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Creating hyperlinks between worksheets

You can create a hyperlink from any Mathcad region, such as a text region or a graphic element, to any Mathcad worksheet or template. When you or a reader double-clicks on this hyperlink, Mathcad will display the Mathcad worksheet designated by the hyperlink. In this way you can connect groups of related worksheets into a…

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References and hyperlinks

Pro Mathcad allows you to establish connections between Mathcad worksheets in two ways. One type of connection allows you to reference one worksheet from anotherthat is, to access the computational machinery in the other worksheet without opening it or typing its equations or definitions directly in the current worksheet. Mathcad also allows you to set…

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Safeguarding your calculations

The ease with which you can alter a Mathcad worksheet can present a problem. It is all too easy to alter a worksheet and to change things which are not meant to be changed.For example, if you’ve developed and thoroughly tested a set of equations, you may want to prevent anyone from tampering with them.…

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Mailing

If you’re connected to a mail system that’s compatible with Microsoft Mail, you’ll be able to use Mathcad to direct that system to send an electronic mail message and your current Mathcad worksheet. This saves you the work of opening a separate mail application to e-mail a Mathcad worksheet. Mathcad supports any electronic mail system…

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