Re: "Freezing" an Output cell?
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- Subject: [mg103745] Re: "Freezing" an Output cell?
- From: AES <siegman at stanford.edu>
- Date: Sun, 4 Oct 2009 05:38:01 -0400 (EDT)
- Organization: Stanford University
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My initial query about > > . . . .recommended way(s) to "freeze" an Output cell, so that > > one can delete the Input cell(s) that created it and the Output cell > > remains as a permanent "Text-like" cell in the notebook has thus far elicited multiple suggestions, of which one of the simplest seems to be to just insert a Text cell (either blank or maybe a caption or title cell) just before the Output cell you want to keep. I'm a bit surprised that only one reply suggested or commented on the even simpler approach pf just changing the style of the Output cell in the Format >> Style menu . . . namely a reply from "Kevin J. McCann" <kjm at KevinMcCann.com> who wrote: > I do this all the time. Make a plot, for example, then highlight the > bracket at the right and change the cell type to Figure. For the output > of a Mathematica operation, you might choose to change the > output cell to either Text or Equation or ... I don't know what "Figure" is, or at least don't see any such style in the Default style sheet. But if my Output cell is a Plot or other graphic, my experiments also show that just changing the style of an Output cell to Text (or one of the header styles) does what I want. My only concern in doing this is that I don't know what other hidden consequences this may be causing . . . ???