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Using Embedded Components in Maple 11

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In Maple 11, Embedded Components have been updated and are easier to use. This Tips and Techniques will introduce you to the new DocumentTools[Do] command, which allows more user-friendly access to Embedded Components. Embedded Components are graphical interface components, such as clickable buttons, check boxes, and movable sliders. These are all available from the Components palette on the left side of the Maple 11 window. You can specify actions to be performed when a component is selected or changed; for example, moving a slider might update a plot.

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Publish Date: May 29, 2007
Created In: Maple 11
Language: English

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