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- Subject: re: Mathtype
- From: "Rich Beldyk" <rich(--nospam--at)usbridge.com>
- Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 14:19:02 -0400
Mathtype is just an editor for math formulae, it is not a program that does calculations. MSWord has a striped down version of Mathtype as its' Equation Editor.
Mathtype is simple to use, for an equation editor it is great. But, if you must do calculation, get MathCad, MatLab or use a TI graphing calculator with Graph-Link and copy the calculator screens as images to include in your documents or WebPages.
Richard M. Beldyk, PE, NSPE, CWEng, CPE
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