I want to create a table that has labels across the top row and labels down the left column. It seems that a regular Mathcad table will not allow this because it thinks my labels in the left column are undefined variables. I would like to use an Exel component for the table, but the table prints kind of fuzzy. Is there a way to get a higher resolution Excel component? Or just a better way in general to enter such a table? Thanks
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I don't have Prime 2 right no, but in M15
select the matrix, the Format>Result>Display Options>Matrix display styl
to get rid of (or show) the automaitc column and row headings, right click on the talbe and slelct properties from the drop down menu.
Erica Rendon wrote:
...as a table with borders? Is that still possible with Prime 2.0?
No. In Mathcad Prime 2.0 results can not be displayed in tabular form. The result is organized as a matrix. Converted document for Prime 2.0 attached to the message.