Hey MacRumors! I have just bought a macbook pro, and on my older computer - windows-based - i had mathcad, and really relayed on the program in school in order to do my homework. But now I have changed to Apple's computer, and I would like to have mathcad on this computer aswell. And ofcourse I have done some research, and found out that there are several applications that allows you to install windows on your mac, and install the windows-based program there. But I would like to install mathcad without this kind of application. I would like to use another kind of application, like WineButtler, so that I don't have to install the WHOLE windows-software on my new beloved macbook, with perfectly running IOS. I have already tried WineBottler, and the application it self, runs great, but in order to install mathcad, you need all kinds of windows service-packs, and I can not quiet figure out, how I also install those in WineBottler, in order to install mathcad, the way I intended. Any help or suggestions? Thank you in advance! - Frank the beloved macbook user!