After installation and setting the Excel Tools::Add-ins::tick-MathCAD, then you can see the system information which says.
To use the Mathcad Add-in for Excel, you must have the following installed on your machine:
If you are using Excel 2000, you must have Service Release 1 or higher. Go to Microsoft's Web site to obtain this service release.
If you are running multiple versions of Mathcad on your computer, make sure that Mathcad 14 is the active Mathcad application before installing the add-in.
To make Mathcad 14 the active Mathcad application, launch and then exit Mathcad 14.
Take heed of the notes.....
PS I haven't actually tested my download yet, but at least it started OK, and the help [?] icon worked!
Mona - does any version of MathCad support Excel 2010?
I was using M15 and Excel 2007 with the Excel Add-in. Since I upgraded to Excel 2010 those workbooks with MathCad don't work any more. My application was using VBA code to run several "cases" on a MathCAD sheet under scripted control, then create tabular summaries in Excel. I have a client using those workbooks with M14 and Excel 2003, so I'm not sure that using MathCad Prime would work for me. If the add-in source code is available, I might be interested in that.
My application was using VBA code to run several "cases" on a MathCAD sheet under scripted control, then create tabular summaries in Excel. ....... I'm not sure that using MathCad Prime would work for me.
The automaton interface is not yet available in Prime, so you cannot call it form a VBA program.
Is still true that the Excel Add-in will not work with Excel 2010? Are ther plans to fix this? Is there a similar thing for MathCad Prime 1?
Thank you for your time and efforts.
Running windows XP professional, MathCad 15 and Excel 2007. Installed Excel add-in for MathCad 15, activated MathCad 15 but Excel says it is not activated and needs to be. Tried this several times re-installed Office and the add-in keep getting the same thing. Anyone have any help?
Hi, dear all.
My company has been looking for applying some calculations in Mathcad in order to make sure to have the correct units as input and a better presentation of the calculations. It didn´t work that well since everyone is used to Excel and we decided not to prolong our trial licence.
Now I´m reading abbout the Ecel add-in. Since I unfortunately can´t try it on my own, I´m interested in functions available and examples of use. How would those Ecel sheets work on computers which don´t have Mathcad intalled?
Looking forward to your answers,