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Control of font size on iterative

Control of font size on iterative

Control of font size on iterative

(OP)

Greetings,

I use Mathcad 2000, which (in my view) is the best ever version...

However,

To compute the equation for a range of variables, ie.

t:= 10, 11; 20

A vertical table is formed at t = of 10, 11, 12, 13..20.

Can anyone explain how the font size of output table is controlled,
or, how to ensure that all output tables (on a sheet) use same font size.

(I am getting some at 11 point, and some at 12 point - when they should
all be 12 point.)

Regards

Ed

Ed Clymer
Resinfab & Associates
England

RE: Control of font size on iterative

(OP)
IRstuff

Oh dear. I shall have to continue with my current fix: - which is:
redo (the problem) on a new sheet, and then cut and paste (which I
have done for many years).

But at least I know, it wasn't me!

MathCAD 15 is very similar to MathCAD 2000, which I only purchased
to obtain Roark and Young in digital form.

I am told, that the best software for me is always the one I am familiar
with. I think I started with Word 1 (on a Tandy machine) and surprise,
surprise, the keystrokes are the same on the very latest version.

Regards and thanks

Ed

Ed Clymer
Resinfab & Associates
England

RE: Control of font size on iterative

LOL, surprised you aren't still using WordStar or Word Perfect, but maybe you're not quite old enough for that, like I am winky smile

Keystrokes are always fun to spring on someone who's never learned them.

I actually reverted back to M14 last year, but that's because my laptop was not very friendly toward M15, AND I don't actually use most of the advanced features of M15, or M14, for that matter. To be honest, I've stopped paying attention to the font sizes in the tables, and I pretty much never use MC for anything but backup-chart type documentation; most everything is graphed in Excel anyway, and writing a lot text in MC is like using Notepad to do word processing.

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RE: Control of font size on iterative

(OP)

IRstuff

I am actually using Word from a 1997 data OE CD - works fine. I do have more sophisticated versions.

Have never really got absorbed into MathCAD 14: I do find that MathCAD 2000 gives me everything I
want: I have about 70,000 sheets - 8,000 of which are connected with EN 13121-3 (and two years of
my limited life).

I have just done another five column iteration and font size was consistent.

But at least you explained there was no fix and I just have to live with it.

My thanks for your help.

Ed

Ed Clymer
Resinfab & Associates
England

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