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Re: two format questions


Dear Peter (or P^2...amazing!!!)

Thanks a lot of your response!

Best Regards
Dimitris


Ï/Ç Peter Pein Ýãñáøå:
> dimitris schrieb:
> > Options[SelectedNotebook[]]
> >
> > {FrontEndVersion -> "5.2 for Microsoft Windows", ScreenRectangle ->
> > {{0., 1024.}, {0., 681.}}, AutoGeneratedPackage -> None,
> >   WindowToolbars -> {"RulerBar", "EditBar"}, WindowSize -> {1013.,
> > 647.}, WindowMargins -> {{0., Automatic}, {Automatic, 0.}},
> >   ShowSelection -> True, ShowCellLabel -> False, FormatType ->
> > TraditionalForm, StyleDefinitions -> "Classroom.nb"}}
> >
> > What exactly the following command changes?
> >
> > SetOptions[EvaluationNotebook[], FormatType -> StandardForm]
> >
> > Suppose that the Default Output Format Type of someone's is
> > StandardForm.
> > I have write a notebook where I have use the Output Format
> > Type->TraditionalForm.
> > I want when the other deal with my notebook the Outputs for this
> > notebook to continue to be
> > displayed in TraditionalForm regardless his default. How can I do that?
> >
> > Thanks a lot!
> >
> > Dimitris
> >
>
> You could try to set $PrePrint=TraditionalForm; in the first line of your
> notebook.
> 
> P^2


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