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Importing output from one notebook to another


Dear all,

I like to import some outputs generated in one notebook to another. How do I
do it?

Regards,
Tugrul





-----Original Message-----
From: Syd Geraghty [mailto:sydgeraghty at mac.com] 
Sent: woensdag 3 oktober 2007 8:23
To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Subject: [mg81791] [mg81755] Re: [mg81730] Re: Palette Size

Helen & Carl,

If you want to dynamically expand and contract the pallette size (at  
least on a Mac with OSX)
you can turn on the magnification button in Window Properties |  
Window Elements.
This attaches a pop-up window button at the bottom of the pallette  
from which you can
choose a pallette magnification factor (range 50->300%).

The only pallette I wanted to apply this to that I could not was  
ColorSchemes. This may
be a restriction due to the graphics content of this pallette.  
Perhaps Carl could explain.

Hope this helps.


Syd Geraghty B.Sc., M.Sc.
sydgeraghty at mac.com
San Jose, CA

On Oct 2, 2007, at 2:42 AM, Helen Read wrote:

> Carl Woll wrote:
>> Helen Read wrote:
>>
>>
>>> On my computer at work, the size of the Basic Math Input palette  
>>> is too
>>> small. The contents of the palette are cut off on the right and  
>>> at the
>>> bottom, making some of the items on the palette inaccessible.
>>>
>>> [...] the Option Inspector does not allow any change that I make,  
>>> and
>>> immediately replaces whatever I put in but in with the too small
>>> {77,381}. Is there somewhere else I need to change it?
>>>
>> Go to Notebook Options | Notebook Properties and change Editable to
>> True. Then edit the window size.
>
> Thanks. That worked, though it took a bit of fiddling around to get it
> to accept the Window Size that I wanted. For a while it kept resetting
> it to a *huge* giant palette, the size of a default notebook  
> window, but
> after several tries I got it to the size I need.
>
> -- 
> Helen Read
> University of Vermont
>







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