31 Maret 2012

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here are several advanced features for many of the toolbar buttons:

Render Pane

Display Assignment - Add or remove the name of the cell from the rendered equation. This name is derived from either the 'Name' assigned to the cell being rendered or from the text in the cell immediately to the left.
If no related rendered equation exists, then this button will render the text in the selected button and align it to the right. This is useful for rendering Greek symbols or other LaTeX to form labels for other cells.
To change the default state of the button, either select an empty cell and click the button or click the button with 'shift' key selected.
Display Units - Add or remove units from the rendered equation. The units are taken from the cell immediately to the right of the cell you are rendering the equation from.
If no related rendered equation exists, this button will render the currently selected text with the equation in the cell to the left.
To change the default state of the button, either select an empty cell and click the button or click the button with 'shift' key selected.
Box Equation - Adds or removes a border from the rendered equation, including changing the background color from transparent to white.
To change the default state of the button, either select an empty cell and click the button or click the button with 'shift' key selected.
Render using Cell References - Renders the selected cell utilising the absolute cell or ranges references. Therefore, if a formula uses a Name that refers to cell or range, then it is converted back into 'A1' style reference.
Render using Cell Names - Renders the selected cell utilising the cell or range names specified in the Excel workbook, where available. If no name exists, then any text labels to the left of the referenced cell will be used.
Render using Cell Values - Renders the selected cell utilising the numeric or text values from the cell or range names specified. If the cell is empty, then a zero values is used.
Redraw all equations - Refreshes any rendered equations that would appear differently due to any changes in the underlying formulas or values within the sheet.
Erase all equations - Remove all rendered equations from the current worksheet.
Erase selected equations - Remove rendered equations associated with the selected cells or graphics objects.

Format Pane

Change Format - Change the format of the rendered equation between:
  • Gif (raster) image - best for screen displays
  • Emf (vector) image - best for printing
  • Text - best for copying and offline usage
Change Font - Change the font used for the rendered equation.
Change Style - Choose how cell ranges are displayed. Using the formula "=SUM(D4:F6)" as an example:
Excel
Math
#Math
Matrix
#Matrix
SMatrix
#SMatrix
Reset formatting - Returns the equations to the default state: height, width and background.
Increase font size - Increases the size of any selected rendered equation by 10%.
Reduce font size - Reduces the size of any selected rendered equation by 10%.
Launch the CodeCogs' Equation Editor - Opens the current cell formula in the CodeCogs online Equation Editor, where it can be further edited and exported into a wide variety of formats and deployed online.
Advanced settings - A drop menu giving you access to a range of additional links and options, including:
  • About - details about the product and the version you have installed
  • Forum - get support on this product and provide feedback
  • Email - tell your friends about this product
  • Registration - gain access to new features as they are deployed
  • Network - optimise your connection to CodeCogs.com, which generates the rendered equations
  • Help - links back to this page

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