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Good night channel friends, I'm formatting a sheet in mathcad prime 5, and the following happened:
the equation got bigger than the sheet, I would like to introduce a line break in the equation,
but the CTRL + Shift + Enter command does not work. The activation icon
(Equation Break is erased all the time, as shown).
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If you are talking about the result of a symbolic evaluation I guess you are out of luck.
If you are talking about the input of an equation you may try to use Ctrl-Shift-+, Ctrl-Shift--, Ctrl Shift-* or Ctrl-Shift-/ to insert a line brake.
Note that the "Equation break" option only is active when an operator (+,-,* or /) is highlighted.
So you may enter 1+2+ and then the cursor left key (to highlight the last + sign) and then Ctrl-Shift-Enter.
Its easier in that case to use 1+2 and then Ctrl-Shift-+ to achieve the same effect.
For further questions its always better to attach the worksheet for clarification.
If you are talking about the result of a symbolic evaluation I guess you are out of luck.
If you are talking about the input of an equation you may try to use Ctrl-Shift-+, Ctrl-Shift--, Ctrl Shift-* or Ctrl-Shift-/ to insert a line brake.
Note that the "Equation break" option only is active when an operator (+,-,* or /) is highlighted.
So you may enter 1+2+ and then the cursor left key (to highlight the last + sign) and then Ctrl-Shift-Enter.
Its easier in that case to use 1+2 and then Ctrl-Shift-+ to achieve the same effect.
For further questions its always better to attach the worksheet for clarification.
Thanks for the reply, it worked fine, and once again thank the friend.