RE: Saving notebooks without graphics
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- Subject: [mg27014] RE: [mg26977] Saving notebooks without graphics
- From: "David Park" <djmp at earthlink.net>
- Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 23:22:31 -0500 (EST)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
Use the Menu item Kernel/Delete All Output. This gets rid of all output
cells including graphics cells.
Ted Ersek has a DeleteGraphics palette which can be used to just delete the
graphics cells. I have an early version of it and find it to be most
convenient. I am not certain where he makes it available.
I think that on some systems there is a method for selecting cells of a
given type and then extending the selection to all cells of that type. But I
have forgotten how to do that and can't find it in Help.
djmp at earthlink.net
> 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,
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