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Adding lines/placeholders for mathcad

Adding lines/placeholders for mathcad

Adding lines/placeholders for mathcad

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I thought I posted this before, but it shows i have not. So, sorry if it got double posted. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone know how to add two thin lines instead of just one thick line when you add line in mathcad. Help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

RE: Adding lines/placeholders for mathcad

That (seeing the .png file) is foible of the pdf printing. some times the solid (rectangular) bar comes out as two lines on a pdf.

I think it is a generic font problem.

You can attach the file direct in the main collaboratory as per IRStuff's post.

Philip

RE: Adding lines/placeholders for mathcad

(OP)
thank you so much for that clarification. I only had the pdf file not the mathcad file and it confused the crap out of me. Thanks for the help again.

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