Hope this gets through. I am locked out, the message says the account has
been locked! Is there anyone who can address this?
On the other matter, I gave up, the academic license for Prime 7 costs too
much for me. I will convert my Mathcad 15 .mcd files via Prime 3.0 (which I
still have), and then use Mathcad Express to do calculations.
Obviously you are not locked out of this forum as you could post this reply. If you experience problems with this forum you might try to contact a moderator or admin like @Jaime_Lee and state what exactly the problem is.
You say that you can convert files using Prime 3. This means that you also have a working version of Mathcad 15 because this is a mandatory prerequisite in order to use the Mathcad to Prime converter. Only starting with Prime 7 on, the necessary modules are integrated in Prime and MC15 is no longer needed for the conversion.
So I ask myself why you would like to use a mediocre version like Prime 3 to do your calculations rather than the older but superior Mathcad 15.??
@ashaikh945 @Werner_E is correct if you are posting on this forum you aren't locked out. Please consider "private messaging" anyone with a moderator tag that you see online or any of the admins, This thread tells you how to reach community management.
I read the OP's message as saying something like:
I have some Mathcad 15 worksheets.
I want to use Prime.
Mathcad Prime 7 is too expensive for me.
Mathcad Express 7 is just the right price!
Mathcad Express cannot convert Mathcad 15 worksheets.
I have a licence for Mathcad Prime 3
This means I can convert Mathcad 15 files in Prime 3.
Mathcad Express 7 can read Prime 3 worksheets.
I can then indirectly use (some parts of) M15 worksheets in Mathcad Express 7.
A significant problem with continuing using Mathcad 15 is that every year there are fewer people using it and a larger community using (the latest version of) Prime. Consequently, if you want to share worksheets with people it's probably best to stick with Prime and avoid the functional and configuration difficulties associated with multiple versions of a worksheet, and ensuring conversion is simple.
I note that Mathcad Express 8 is now available for the same price.