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Re: Always "Untitled-1"?


In article <7oojr4$i2r at smc.vnet.net>, "Kwankyu Lee" <leekk at math.sogang.ac.kr> writes:

>I want "Untitled-1" notebook not to appear at startup of Mathematica because
>I should close it every time and load my own working notebook. How can I do
>this?

What platform are you using?  How are you starting Mathematica?

Under MacOS and Windows, you can double-click on a notebook's 
icon, and Mathematica should be launched with the notebook opened
instead of the default untitled notebook.

Under X Window, you can invoke the front end launch command script
(probably "mathematica") with the name of the file as the last 
argument in the command line. 

If I have somehow misunderstood your question, please repost
with a clarification of your problem.

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P.J. Hinton
Mathematica Programming Group           paulh at wolfram.com
Wolfram Research, Inc.
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