The Matrix Help System is context sensitive and can give you assistance at any stage of your use of the application. The system is HTML based which means that information is displayed in your web browser.
Getting round the Help Pages.
The Help System files are organised on a Chapter and Topic basis. At the top of each page there is a drop down menu for the Chapters and the Topics. Select the Chapter and the fist topic of that chapter will be displayed. The list of topics for that chapter will also be loaded into the Topics menu.
On the right at the top of each page the icon is linked to the Contents page.
The arrow buttons at the top of each page will take you back and forth through the Help System on a page by page basis.
Help from Within Matrix
the "Hints" Facility
The hints facility is switched on by default. You can switch this off by select the Show Hints item on the Matrix | menu. You may deactivate hints by selecting the menu item once again.
The Button Reference Window
Glaze Teach is a free, self paced, instructional resource which aims to help you to come to grips with the basic principles of ceramic glaze technology.
It is designed primarily for beginners who have little background in formal chemistry and aims to equip the student with sufficient knowledge to tackle the task of understanding what makes your glazes tick.
GlazeTeach is supplied with Matrix and is installed with the software. When Matrix is running you may activate the program by selecting the GlazeTeach item in the Help menu.
Matrix On-line Glaze Course
Are you looking for help in learning how to control your glazes? Would you like tutored assistance while learning about glaze technology and how to use Matrix Glaze Software?
We have completed a full ON-LINE course in glaze technology tutored by Lawrence Ewing, author of Matrix Glaze Calculation Software.
For students enroling in this course a free complimentary copy of Matrix is included.
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If so then you can take part in a course especially designed for studio potters and ceramic artists. From the comfort of your home or pottery studio you can work through this carefully written, interactive course and can take as long as you like to complete it.