That worked perfectly also. I haven't used Excel in that way and it worked great.
"Aaron E." <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > "MB_" <email@example.com> wrote in message > news:firstname.lastname@example.org... >>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 could make a spreadsheet in Excel. Put values for x in one column. In > the other column, enter a formula to calculate the y-values based on the > x-values. Then make a chart. Use the XY (Scatter) type. You should be able > to copy that into your Word document. > > Aaron >