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ah, thanks, guys !!

local I; Works like a charm !

I want to use formulas that use "I" to represent moment of inertia.

Thanks a lot, Carl.

local I; Works like a charm !

I want to use formulas that use "I" to represent moment of inertia.

Thanks a lot, Carl.

you guys are awesome

you guys are awesome

That help much, knowing that it is possible. The backslashes and forward slashese are tricky. Then, there is the "file:" scheme. I also had a problem that the path had a space in it, so parentheses were needed.

file:///"C:/__Files12/__edX/3.091x 2012/courseWare/week12/L32_slide1.9e8bb16dd4ee.pdf"

Opening in the browser is fine.

 

Thank you !

That help much, knowing that it is possible. The backslashes and forward slashese are tricky. Then, there is the "file:" scheme. I also had a problem that the path had a space in it, so parentheses were needed.

file:///"C:/__Files12/__edX/3.091x 2012/courseWare/week12/L32_slide1.9e8bb16dd4ee.pdf"

Opening in the browser is fine.

 

Thank you !

Lark, Thomas Richard, Thank you so much !

I'm using the 64-bit version of Maple 16.01 and Excel 2010 (32-bit). (Most people using Office 2010 install the 32-bit version on 64-bit operating systems. Otherwise, one must install the whole office 64-bit package, which has problems and limitation. I really don't know why Microsoft released 64-bit version other than to just show they could do it.)

Is it possible to use the Maple addin with the above setup ? I tried selecting WMIMPLEX64.xla, but Excel appears to want WMIMPLEX.xla (from the 32-bit).

What is the easiest fix ? Can I find a copy of WMIMPLEX.xla (for the 32-bit version of Maple) and use with with Maple64bit and Excel32bit ? Do I need to uninstall Maple64-bit and install Maple32-bit ?

Thank you for any insight !

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