Convert To
Convert content in your worksheet to one of 2-D Math Nonexecutable, 2-D Math Input, 1-D Math Input (also called Maple Input), Hyperlink, Plain Text, Label Reference, Inert Form, or Atomic Variable.
Select the content to be converted.
From the Format menu, select Convert To, and then select a format.
If you select Hyperlink, complete the information in the Hyperlink Properties dialog box. See Insert a Hyperlink.
For details on using Convert To > Label Reference, see Label Reference.
Converting to 2-D MathInert FormAtomic Variable
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The Format > Convert To > 2-D Math Nonexecutable menu selection is useful for converting text or executable standard math notation to a nonexecutable math expression.
The Format > Convert To > 2-D Math Input menu selection is useful for converting text or Maple Input to executable standard math notation.
For more information, see Executable and Nonexecutable Math.
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The Format > Convert To > Inert Form menu selection is useful for converting sum, product, differentiation and partial differentiation, integrals, limits, and the evaluation symbol (vertical bar) entered using palettes to standard yet non-executable notation. You can use this feature in Document mode, or at a Maple prompt in Worksheet mode.
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The check box Atomic Variable will turn a Maple expression into an atomic object. For more information on the uses of atomic objects, see Atomic Variables.
See Also2-D MathAtomic VariablesExecutable and Nonexecutable MathInsert 1-D Math InputInsert 2-D MathInsert a HyperlinkLabel ReferenceOverview of Palettes