|From: Dr Christopher Mabb, Scientific Word Ltd.||
In response we sent this sample document. Just download the file, open with Scientific WorkPlace or Scientific Notebook, and enjoy playing! Of course, plotting points isn't limited to joining just two points: try adding further coordinate pairs to the matrix, and plot the line in the same way."I cannot find the instructions to plot a line parallel with the y axis within defined limits.
i.e how do I plot a line from (0,3) to (0,5) for example??"
The multiply symbol is on the Symbol Cache (make sure it's showing with View – Toolbars – Symbol Cache). You can see the simple document we sent at http://www.sciword.co.uk/multiplysign.tex .I'm working from a instructors notes and typing them for a vision impaired person when I want to multiply what symbol do I use in SN? The equation below should read the square root of negative 36 equals the square root of negative 1 times 36 equals the square root of negative 1 times the square root of 36 equals i times 6 equals 6i
"How do I please make the sections in my document appear under a chapter?
I tried using \chapter but for the introduction section I got something like 0.1 Introduction and no Chapter 1 appearing. Could you please help me. Thank you ever so much."
There's no substitute for starting with the right Scientific Word or Scientific WorkPlace document in the first place. Why not review our May 2010 mailing Item 2, giving a link to the Gallery of Document Shells?"Thanks for your message. If you’re wanting to have chapters in your document, you should start with a shell that provides chapters – eg. File – New – Standard LaTeX – Standard LaTeX Report. You can then import your existing contents using File – Import Contents."
"Here is my story. I originally wrote to you asking for advice about a difficulty with scientific workplace 5.0 with the Jordan form of what appeared to be a simple 3x3 matrix. Well apart from taking the matter up with the software developers once you had established it to be a bug and sending me a solution you, unbeknown to myself, had put my name into a Mid-Summer raffle. Imagine my surprise and joy to hear that I had won first prize, which was a copy of the latest Scientific Workplace 5.5. Now that takes some beating. I still respond with warm feelings on receiving your regular hints and tricks on the use of the software. Long may it continue."
Thanks a lot – you win the version 6.0 upgrade! And they say lightning never strikes in the same place twice... Lucky Roger!
We couldn't understand why a user would need several instances of our software open, but on the understanding it might be to enable side-by-side comparisons of documents, we offered the following directions for how to have multiple windows open within our programs:"...correct that each instance opened by one user on a machine takes one license? <snip> I understood that one user on a machine may have several instances open, but that would take only one license."
Remember we gave notice last time (Item 4) of a significant increase in the cost of Training from the New Year, but promised that Courses booked and paid for in 2012 will qualify for 2012 pricing, even if Training is taken in 2013. Hurry, hurry... ; - )"To show different documents open, simply click on Window – Tile Vertically, or Window – Tile Horizontally; as keystrokes, these would be Alt-W – T, or Alt-W – H respectively. The Window menu also allows the selection of any particular window.
You might want to arrange some Training Courses to help your users get the best from Scientific WorkPlace..."