Re: Re: Print a selection within
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- Subject: [mg57742] Re: [mg57728] Re: Print a selection within
- From: Chris Chiasson <chris.chiasson at gmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2005 02:03:43 -0400 (EDT)
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I think the functionality you are looking for may be available in the
front end, which is why I suggested the other method.
Of course, you could always highlight the text, and copy/paste it to a
new notebook and then print that. It would only be one extra step.
On 6/6/05, Detlef Müller <dmueller at mathematik.uni-kassel.de> wrote:
> Chris Chiasson wrote:
> > Technically, a notebook itself is just an expression, with the same
> > being true for cells. Find the appropriate way to "address" a cell
> > object, and you could use Extract to take out the boxes corresponding
> > to the definition of your function. From there, you couldprint just
> > the extracted part as a cell. Off hand, I do not know the code for
> > doing so.
> I think this is a misunderstanding.
> It's merely a front end question:
> I yust wanted to mark some Part with the cursor
> and send the selection to the printer.
> The menu entry "print selection" seems to be designed
> for that purpose.
> But it fails doing this when my Selection is only one function
> of a whole package with lots of functions in it - instead
> the whole Package gets to the printer.
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