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CelestialTeardrop

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Before I fork over the big bucks for Mathcad, can anyone tell me if it can be installed on two machines (a desktop and a laptop)?

Thanks.
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Hi. Sorry, I've really never heard of this program before... I'm sure they must have a support representative you can contact? Also, read the long list of Terms and Conditions. Licensing information should be in there somewhere...
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Mathcad is an advanced mathematical program.

But in the meantime, I found the Mathcad FAQs. Turns out it can be installed on a desktop and a laptop.

Thanks for your reply. :whistling:

Edited by CelestialTeardrop, 02 September 2006 - 09:03 AM.

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