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What replaced Mathconnex?

What replaced Mathconnex?

What replaced Mathconnex?

(OP)
Hello,

Mathcad 7 included a software package, Mathconnex,  to link worksheets, and data from other sources together. The software provided a drag and drop workspace where multiple worksheet objects could be wired together to solve a problem. It made things like heat ballance and flow ballance calculations easier to build and explain.

I can not find any mention of this software on the Mathsoft website.

What has replaced this capability in the newer versions of Mathcad? Can I still open my old heat ballance calculations built with Mathconnex in the newer versions of Mathcad?

Thanks,
-colin

RE: What replaced Mathconnex?

Unfortunately, nothing replaced it.

TTFN



RE: What replaced Mathconnex?

(OP)
Thanks IRstuff,

This is what I fear.

-colin

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