You may have read quite a bit about PTC Mathcad Prime 4.0 recently. And for good reasons! It’s an exciting release with the potential to make your engineering documentation better.
Take a look at equation breaking and how it runs circles around Excel’s usability. See new features for embedded content and interoperability. Learn tips to help you protect intellectual property. And read about the blazing performance enhancements in early interviews.
But what you haven’t seen yet is a demonstration, on a live worksheet.
In the recent “What’s New in PTC Mathcad Prime 4.0” webcast, Luke Westbrook, PTC Mathcad Application Engineer, shows you those new features and what to expect. We won’t spoil all of it. You’ll want to see it for yourself.
In just 30 minutes, you’ll learn new tricks for improved calculations, communication, and security. The webcast will show you:
● What content protection looks like. How to spot it, how to use it, and why it works so well.
● A sneak peek at the new Roark’s worksheet built for PTC Mathcad Prime 4.0.
● Interoperability with 3rd party applications. Westbrook shows several examples of embedding content into PTC Mathcad worksheets and exporting PTC Mathcad content to other applications.
● Overall usability improvements. Hear firsthand how PTC Mathcad Prime 4.0 handles more data and responds faster while doing it.
Stay to the end for answers to audience questions, such as: What happens if you try equation breaking on more than just the main line? How do you link 3rd party content into a Mathcad worksheet and still share it with coworkers or clients?
Did you miss the webcast? Don’t worry, we saved a replay for you. Head over to our signup page for the recording and see PTC Mathcad Prime 4.0 in action today.