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Re: Saving notebooks without graphics

At 02:38 AM 1/30/2001, David Chapman wrote:
>I'm generating lots of plots in a notebook that I'm working on on two
>different computers.  The notebook is very big because of the graphics,
>so to fit the notebook on a floppy disk when I take it from one computer
>to the other I delete output cells containin the graphics.  Is there any
>way I can automatically delete all the graphics (or all the output
>cells), to save having to go through each one individually (or,
>equivalently, save the notebook without the graphics/output cells)?
>Thanks for any ideas,

A lot of people never realize that there's a menu command to do 
this.  Kernel->Delete All Output will automatically delete every generated 
cell (e.g. output, graphic, message, print) in your notebook.


John Fultz
jfultz at
User Interface Group
Wolfram Research, Inc.

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