loading a notebook
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- Subject: [mg15063] loading a notebook
- From: hanssen at zeiss.de
- Date: Thu, 10 Dec 1998 03:12:58 -0500
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
in Mathematica 2.2.3, when loading a notebook, a question prompted up,
if the inititialization cells contained in the notebook should be
evaluated - or not.
If I remember right, in Mathematica 126.96.36.199.x on WinNt, I once came
across a question "create autoinitialize package" or similar, which
might prepare my notebook in mind to automaticly evaluate all its
Initialization cells, when it is opened. In search for this feature, I
looked up the online help for "Auto ",
"create", "generate", "make" etc, but I did not succeed.
Of course, I also checked any builtin objects ?Auto* , ?Create* and
Does anybody out there remember the right keyword to look for?
Dipl.-Math. A. HanDFen
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