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Re: Saving notebooks without graphics

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  • Subject: [mg27066] Re: Saving notebooks without graphics
  • From: "Atul Sharma" <atulksharma at>
  • Date: Sat, 3 Feb 2001 04:59:00 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <95634i$> <9588pc$>
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Actually, you can be more specific than this. If you hold down the Alt key
(Windows) and select a cell of type Graphic, all graphic cells will be
selected and may be deleted together. This works for any cell type (text,
input, output etc) and can actually be quite useful.


Allan Hayes wrote in message <9588pc$3j1 at>...
>menu > Kernel > Delete All Output
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>"David Chapman" <d.a.chapman at> wrote in message
>news:95634i$83 at
>> 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,
>> David

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