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Re: How do I hide all input in a Mathematica notebook?
On Mar 26, 4:20 am, "michael.p.crouc... at googlemail.com" <michael.p.crouc... at googlemail.com> wrote: > Hi > > I am using Mathematica to prepare a report for my boss. It has lots > of tables and pie charts - the sort of things bosses love. It also > has a lot of Mathematica commands which scares the wossname out of > him. > > At the moment I am hiding the input cell by cell but this is a pain. > Is there a one click/one command solution? > > Thanks, > Mike > > www.walkingrandomly.com One thing you might want to look at is using Cell Grouping to group all of the things you want to hide in one such group and then hide/ show only that group depending on who you want to look at it. The difficulty lies in structuring the notebook so that is easy to do. Once cells are in a Group, you can double-click on any cell bracket in that Group at multiple levels and the other cells in the Group will be hidden or unhidden. I don't think it matters if a cell is an Input cell or a Text cell or any other type, so you can mix/match cell types in any group, and they do not have to be contiguous either, but if they aren't then some of the intervening cells not in the group will also be hidden. Play around with this Grouping (I think this is new as of version 6 so keep that in mind) and see if that helps. HTH... -Bob