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Excel Add-in Email - Equation Writer

Excel Add-in Email - Equation Writer

Excel Add-in Email - Equation Writer

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I am looking for a product that I recieved a free trial email about a few months ago that stated it enabled you to write formula in cell blocks of excel like you would on paper(something like mathCAD I am assuming).  Can't find the emial and was wondering if any tried it out.  If so, please like me know what you think of the product and what is it's name.

Thanks,

Matt

RE: Excel Add-in Email - Equation Writer

TKSolver has something like that.  Never tried it though, since I have Mathcad...


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RE: Excel Add-in Email - Equation Writer

MathLook from UTS the  authors of TKSolver is what you propably are refering to. If you write the formula in an Excel cell using names for variables, the MathLook add-on will be able to create an image of the equation written in a textbook style which you can then place on the spreadsheet.

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