## Hiding equations in mathcad

## Hiding equations in mathcad

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Say I have two equations. One equation is used if x > y. The other is used if x <= y. If for some situation x > y, I only want the function associated with that condition to show up on my printout. I know I can simply drag the equation I want onto the printed portion and take out the equation I don't want, but I would prefer to not have to do that, especially since it might not be me who uses the program.

I'd like to be able to write some kind of conditional statement that will decide which equation to "show" and which to "hide", so the the program will automatically make visible the equation associated with x > y, and make invisible the equation associated with x <= y. It's a matter of having available the equations for all situations, but having the printout show only those equations that are relavent to a specific situation, without requiring the user to have to drag anything around.

I've searched a number of help files and forums but can't find anything that does this. Any tips would be much appreciated.

-HT

I'd like to be able to write some kind of conditional statement that will decide which equation to "show" and which to "hide", so the the program will automatically make visible the equation associated with x > y, and make invisible the equation associated with x <= y. It's a matter of having available the equations for all situations, but having the printout show only those equations that are relavent to a specific situation, without requiring the user to have to drag anything around.

I've searched a number of help files and forums but can't find anything that does this. Any tips would be much appreciated.

-HT

## RE: Hiding equations in mathcad

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## RE: Hiding equations in mathcad

David

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## RE: Hiding equations in mathcad

The script can be changed to suit.

Regards

Mike