Mathcad: User’s Guide
MathSoft, Inc. | 2000 | ISBN: N/A | 347 pages | PDF | 2,4 MB
This User’s Guide is organized into the following parts:
This section contains a quick introduction to Mathcad’s features and workspace,
including resources available in the product and on the Internet for getting more
out of Mathcad. Be sure to read this section first if you are a new Mathcad user.
Creat ing Mathcad Worksheet s
This section describes in more detail how to create and edit Mathcad worksheets.
It leads you through editing and formatting equations, text, and graphics, as well
as opening, editing, saving, and printing Mathcad worksheets and templates.
Computat ional Features
This section describes how Mathcad interprets equations and explains Mathcad’s
computational features: units of measurement, complex numbers, matrices, builtin
functions, solving equations, programming, and so on. This section also
describes how to do symbolic calculations and how to use Mathcad’s two- and
three-dimensional plotting features.
The User’s Guide ends with reference appendices and a comprehensive index.
As far as possible, the topics in this guide are described independently of each other.
This means that once you are familiar with the basic workings of Mathcad, you can just
select a topic of interest and read about it.
The on-line Mathcad Resource Center (choose Resource Center from the Help menu)
provides step by step tutorials, examples, and application files that you can use directly
in your own Mathcad worksheets. Mathcad QuickSheets are templates available in the
Resource Center that provide live examples that you can manipulate. Available for users only