Re: How to add a title to a cell and then collapse it?
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- Subject: [mg89972] Re: How to add a title to a cell and then collapse it?
- From: magma <maderri2 at gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2008 06:29:39 -0400 (EDT)
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On Jun 24, 12:17 pm, Aaron Fude <aaronf... at gmail.com> wrote: > On Jun 24, 3:30 am, roby.no... at gmail.com wrote: > > > > > On 23 Jun., 08:52, Aaron Fude <aaronf... at gmail.com> wrote: > > > > Hi, > > > > I can't figure out how to add a title to a cell and then collapse it. > > > > I start a new notebook and then start working in the In-Out mode, but > > > then I want to be able to take my blocks, give them a title and > > > collapse them. How does one do it? Nothing worked when I tried to > > > follow documentation. > > > > Thanks in advance! > > > > Aaron > > > Hi Aaron, > > > input to cells, one with the title and one with the body. > > select both brackets on the right display side belonging to your > > cells, group them together pressing <CTRL><SHIFT><>G>, doubleclick on > > the inner cell bracket which should stay visible, the other one will > > hide. > > > regards robert > > Thanks Robert. Now here is what doesn't work for me. When I combine > two sets of cells like that into "Sections" and then try > <CTRL><SHIFT>G to combines the two "Sections" into a "Chapter", I > instead get one "Section" with four cells. Is that the intednded > behavior? First: I suggest you select your nb and click on menu Window -> Show toolbar so you can see/set clearly the style of a cell. Second: if you wish to collect the sections under a higher cell, you must first create the cell (above the 2 sections). This cell should have a higher hierarchy , say subsubtitle or higher (look in the drop down menu that you got with the first step. So : click above the 2 sections, select the style from the drop down menu and create a higher cell. Now you can use ctrl-G selecting the higher cell and the 2 sections. I also find useful most of the time to select Cell -> Grouping -> Automatic Grouping from the main menu bar. In this way the Grouping is done by Mathematica for you (a higher cell will group with the lower ones below).