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Welcome to the TechEditor Knowledge Base! Here you will find materials on how to work with the program. If you have not seen the answers to your questions, we recommend using the forum.

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Welcome to the TechEditor!

TechEditor is a development environment for technical documentation and engineering calculations that provides high-quality document formatting combined with advanced calculation capabilities. The program allows you to type text in a text editor, and perform calculations, programming mini-applications, build charts and much more!

Routines for Converting Angular Measures

Routines for converting angular measures (radians, degrees, cycles).


TechEditor is free software that runs on Windows 7, 8, 10 (32/64) operating systems. You can install TechEditor using a regular installer (.exe) or start it in portable mode (directly from the folder).

Getting Started

Getting Started with TechEditor

Trigonometric Routines

Trigonometric routines (sin, cosine, arc functions, etc.)

Power Functions, Roots, Logarithms

Power Functions, Roots, Logarithms

Rounding Routines

Rounding routines

User Interface

Main Menu, Quick Access Bar, Ribbon, Workspace, etc.


Home, Insert, Table, Apps, Diagram, Spreadsheet, Plot, Automation, View, Tools, Help.

Text Routins

Text routines that you can use in your TechEditor applications.

General Algebraic Routines

Absolute value, sign, extrema (min, max), etc.

Mathematics in TechEditor

In TechEditor, you can do mathematical calculations in different ways. Additionally, you can use different units of measurement.

Units of Measurement

Examples of physical quantities are: mass, time, electric current and so on.

MathTranslator Object in Applications

The global MathTranslator object extends the computational capabilities of TechEditor. With it, you can carry out algebraic, trigonometric, matrix, differential, integral, symbolic calculations and work with units of measurement.

Mathematics in Report

TechEditor users can add math blocks directly to a text report. Typically, math objects use to define variables, functions, or output their values. Math Formula is an object to represent mathematical equations as LaTeX insertions. It has many settings and can display mathematical formulas in any output style. In addition, the user can see the values of each formula's parameter with one click.

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