RE: Re: Simple command to strip Notebook
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- Subject: [mg239] RE: [mg224] Re: [mg200] Simple command to strip Notebook
- From: "Calman, Jack" <CalmaJ1 at subtech1.spacenet.jhuapl.edu>
- Date: Mon, 28 Nov 94 09:57:00 est
I suggested to WRI that the File Save/Save As menu commands be expanded in
the next version to include the following:
Delete graphic output and Save
Delete text output and Save
Delete all output and Save
They responded by saying it was a good idea. Let's hope it happens!
Jack_Calman at jhuapl.edu
Subject: [mg224] Re: [mg200] Simple command to strip Notebook
Date: Wednesday, November 23, 1994 1:42PM
> David M. Wood ASKS
> Is there a *simple* way to save a Notebook bloated with huge graphics
> or output expressions in a `bare' form, i.e., with
> all output from Mathematica: graphics, output, diagnostics, etc., stripped
From: OLNESS "Fredrick Olness (214) 768-2500 or -2495, Fax -4095"
To: SMTP%"mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu"
CC: SMTP%"btitus at nemesis.physics.carleton.edu",OLNESS
Subj: RE: Eliminating output cells
There is a very easy way to elininate output cells in a notebook.
The Mathematica FrontEnd program has a very powerful FIND command,
so you can actually search for all output cells ALL AT ONCE,
and then delete them. (You will need to use the LONG form of FIND.)
You can do the same for MESSAGE and GRAPHICS cells.
In a similar manner, you can delete all graphics in one step,
or grab all initialization cells.
I hope this solves your problem.
Fredrick I. Olness
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From: SMTP%"mathgroup-adm at christensen.cybernetics.net" 22-NOV-1994
Subj: [mg200] Simple command to strip Notebook
I have a question which is stunning in its simplicity, and possibly in
Is there a *simple* way to save a Notebook bloated with huge graphics
or output expressions in a `bare' form, i.e., with
all output from Mathematica: graphics, output, diagnostics, etc., stripped
leaving only the structure of the Notebook (text, input commands, and
structural commands such as section headings, etc.) intact? [I am
aware that converting the Notebook to a package does something
like this, but wish to preserve the Notebook format.)
For me this problem arise very frequently and it astonishes me that
there is not an obvious single command to do this in one of the menus for
most front ends, but, then, I'm no expert. So I usually resort to selecting
output cells and deleting them by hand, which can be tedious and painstaking
in a long Notebook.
Any suggestions, or rumors of such a feature in new releases of Mathematica?
David M. Wood || Solid State Theory Group
dmwood at nrel.nrel.gov || Branch 4510
Phone: (303) 384-6642 || National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Fax: (303) 384-6531 || 1617 Cole Blvd., Golden, CO 80401-3393
From: SMTP%"btitus at nemesis.physics.carleton.edu" 2-JUL-1994 05:14:51.89
To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
Subj: Eliminating output cells
Is there any quick way of eliminating all output cells in a
Mathematica notebook before saving the notebook?
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