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Topic: Looking for graphing utility to use with WORD
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John Katic

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re: Looking for graphing utility to use with WORD
Posted: Jan 21, 2005 6:12 PM
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"MB_" ( writes:
> I teach math and really like Math Type in conjunction with WORD to create
> tests.
> But, I would also like to create a graph and incorporate it into my test.doc
> (I can do straight lines via Geometers Sketchpad, but I'm not sure how to
> use that program to do other graphs).
> I have a "powertoy graphing calculator" program that works well but I cannot
> copy that screen.
> SO, bottom line: does anyone know of a program (there must be plenty out
> there) that will draw graphs, is easy to use, and most important I need to
> be able to copy the graph into my .doc.?
> Mel

You can use Winplot which is freely available from
All graph can be copied to the clipboard and pasted into any application.
There are videos and help files to show you how to use it.


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