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Evaluating a notebook with a talk presentation from another notebook

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  • Subject: [mg91679] Evaluating a notebook with a talk presentation from another notebook
  • From: Alexei Boulbitch <Alexei.Boulbitch at iee.lu>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2008 06:39:34 -0400 (EDT)

Dear MathGroup Members,

I have a notebook entitled "Talk" containing a visual material that I 
want to use for a talk (a slide show). It contains a number of cells. 
Some of cells contain only text, hadings and so on, but others in 
addition contain names calling  various demonstrations. A code defining 
these demonstrations (and their  names) is stored in a single cell of 
the second notebook entitled "Code".

At present in order to be able to make a talk I first need to execute 
the notebook "Code" and then each cell of the notebook "Talk" that 
contains any demonstration name. It is very time-consuming to do it "by 
hands", since the number of cells to be executed is really large. 

Would it be possible  to evaluate all necessary cells of the the 
notebook "Talk" directly from the notebook "Code"?

Thank you in advance,
Alexei

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