I'm looking into this right now. This sheet doesn't seem to come thru...& open.
We have an elaborate Excel sheet floating around & I wanted to see how well this could be driven from MathCAD.
@iDZignit wrote:
I'm looking into this right now. This sheet doesn't seem to come thru...& open.
Guess you are using some version of Prime, not Mathcad.
Mathcad 15 and below should be able to read that attached worksheet, but neither version of Prime can.
You must use the converter to convert the legacy format sheet to the format of your Prime version. For the conversion to succeed you must have a full version of a current version of Mathcad 15 installed. If you bought Prime you are eligible to use Mathcad 15 using the same license file you generated when you installed Prime.
But then .. if you have Mathcad 15 installed, why would you use Prime? MC15 still is more powerful and capable compared to Prime and there is no guarantee that the converted sheet will still work as expected in Prime.
P.S.: To give you an idea what the file is all about, I attach a pdf print of that file
You're probably using Prime (as opposed to 'real' Mathcad). Note that the file is from 2009, written in Mathcad 11 (or below). If you have a Prime license, you can also install Mathcad 15 (using the very same license file that is used for licensing your Prime).
And Mathcad 15 will open the file. You should also be able to convert the file to your Prime format. (That does NOT mean that it 'll work in Prime as expected...)
Success!
Luc
What version of Mathcad are you using?
P4, we have P5 waiting to install.
Please find in attachment "Statistical Tolerancing" worksheet for Mathcad Prime 3.1.
Hello Vladimir,
is it possible to have this file for Prime 3.0?
Many thanks!
There is no way in Prime to save to an older version.
Attached is a PDF of the file. It's simple enought that you should be able to recreate it in Prime 3.0.
If you want, you can post your Prime 3 file in a reply to this thread for other users of Prime 3 to use.
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Luc
U vergat de mogelijkheid om regio's tussen twee documenten te kopiëren 😉.
Please see the P4 file attached. I hope this information is helpful.
Norm