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IBM techexplorer: Using techexplorer Add-ins. Angel Luis Diaz, Ph.D. Manager, Advanced Internet Publishing IBM T.J. Watson Research Center aldiaz@us.ibm.com. techexplorer and PowerPoint.

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ibm techexplorer using techexplorer add ins

IBM techexplorer: Using techexplorer Add-ins

Angel Luis Diaz, Ph.D.Manager, Advanced Internet Publishing

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

aldiaz@us.ibm.com

techexplorer and powerpoint
techexplorer and PowerPoint
  • techexplorer content can be added to PowerPoint by inserting the techexplorer ActiveX control in your presentation via the Control Toolbox dialog.

www.software.ibm.com/techexplorer

techexplorer and add ins
techexplorer and Add-ins
  • techexplorer add-ins can help make your documents more interactive!
  • For example, you can use the \evalLink control sequence to connect a techexplorer document to the Mathematica Add-in.

\evalLink{Mathematica input / LaTeX output}

{application/x-mathlink-mat-tex}

{D[x^2Log[x+a], x]}{\centerline{D[x^2Log[x+a], x]}}

www.software.ibm.com/techexplorer

mathematica add in
Mathematica Add-in

www.software.ibm.com/techexplorer