By converting existing Excel worksheets to Mathcad, you can:
Extend the life of the math and engineering work on which you've already spent valuable time and resources.
Bring your computations into an environment designed for engineering math — one that captures mathematical content in natural math notation and incorporates units intelligence into every equation.
Give legs to what previously may have been viewed as a "black box" solution.
Leverage Mathcad's whiteboard interface and documentation tools to allow these converted equations to be multi-purposed into other types of systems or used by other departments.
See below for the steps
You need this trick if: you have valuable math content locked up in an Excel Worksheet
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