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Re: Mathlink for Excel

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  • Subject: [mg33408] Re: Mathlink for Excel
  • From: "Awer" <awer_ie at>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 01:53:18 -0500 (EST)
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The product is poorly documented - I mean  I am not able to draw proper
graphs. I downloaded the new  file from
however I cannot figure out how to do things I used to do with Excel.I tried
to use the Examples but they are just hard to follow and too specific!

I think that "Mathematica Link for Excel is poorly supported. I even asked
the guys at wolfram to give me a hand and the only thing they told me - WE
ARE SORRY there are no books on Mathematica Link For Excel However our
advise to you is make use of our Newsgroup

Any advise is greatly appreciated.

Thanks again,

"Mike Yukish" <may106 at> wrote in message
news:a71rso$gfm$1 at
> I have the product too, and did just fine with the manual and the supplied
> examples. Read it carefully.
> Did you run the examples that came with the product? They have examples of
> graphs.
> Awer wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I bought Mathlink for Excel however have really no clue how to get it to
> > work! The manual is really poorly documented and does not say anything!
> >
> > Can anyone give me an example for how to draw Graphs in Excel using
> > Mathlink? This is really important for me.
> >
> > Thank in advance,
> > Awer

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