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Mathematical formulas display.

Mathematical formulas display.

Mathematical formulas display.

(OP)
Just another thing.

I need to print my results containing things like
SUM from Ato b of F(a,b), some integrals and some other mathemathical formulas, but as they were writen with their math symbols.
Please , anybody knows how I can do this?

Regards
ZMEI

RE: Mathematical formulas display.

what if you click "show formulaes" (Ctrl+F9)?

Cyril Guichard
Mechanical Engineer

RE: Mathematical formulas display.

(OP)
OOps!

Need to clarify.

I simply need to print at the output of my soft something like.

Mb=Integral from a to b from f(x)dx
and it has to look like printed in  Let say Mathcad
Simply the math symbols.

As VBS is still not capable to find the value of such integrals. i'v wrote it. it works great but I do not need to print 230 lines of code when I need just one page results. )

In other cases your sugestion is Verry good, it will help me very much.
10X
Zmei

RE: Mathematical formulas display.

oki, I see what you're looking for. this gonna be difficult to achieve I guess. Maybe by use of a macro.

Cyril Guichard
Mechanical Engineer

RE: Mathematical formulas display.

You have a couple of options:

>  Use Mathcad for those calculations and embed the Mathcad component in your spreadsheet

>  Use the UTS Mathlook package from the cmopany that makes TKSolver: http://www.uts.com/ItemDetails.asp?SubCategoryID=5


TTFN

RE: Mathematical formulas display.

I didn't know about those two. Maybe I should take a look at them

Thanks IR

Cyril Guichard
Mechanical Engineer

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