Re: Re: Get rid of Input cells when printing?
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- Subject: [mg11051] Re: [mg11005] Re: Get rid of Input cells when printing?
- From: "C. Woll" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 20:31:53 -0500
Hi Allan, On the subject of selecting all Input cells in the X11 environment, the appropriate key to use is Mod2 not Mod1. If Mickey were to look at Help -> X Environment Information he could find out which key Mod2 to is mapped to. Carl Woll Dept of Physics U of Washington On Mon, 16 Feb 1998, Allan Hayes wrote: > My earlier posting about this was > > > 1. Select all Input cells by holding the option(alt) key down and clicking on > > any Input cell bracket (this works for all cell styles). > > 2. Use the menu > > > > Cell>Cell Properties>CellOpen > > > > to close the input cells. > > > > Unfortunately this does have extra space for the closed cell. > > > > Alternatively you could cut the Input cells out, print and then close the > > notebook without saving; or make a copy of the notebook with the Input cells > > cut out. > > Mickey has mailed me > > > I tried this but it seems that the first step does not works > > I use Mathematica on unix (SunOs4) with X11 front-end. > > I tried the Mod1 key the Alt Shift And control and nither of them > > worked. ?! > > Is there any way of doing this with the X11 front-end? > > In default of this, here is a way using the Option Inspector: > > Menu: > Format>Option Inspector... > In panel > Show option values for (selection's style) > Look up [CellOpen] > Change CellOpen ----> True to CellOpen ----> False > (by clicking on button  on the right) -- > Allan Hayes > Mathematica Training and Consulting > Leicester, UK > email@example.com > http://www.haystack.demon.co.uk > voice: +44 (0)116 271 4198 > fax: +44 (0)116 271 8642 > >