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Re: Printing Notebooks without Input/Output cells

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  • Subject: [mg125849] Re: Printing Notebooks without Input/Output cells
  • From: Murray Eisenberg <murray at math.umass.edu>
  • Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2012 05:46:46 -0400 (EDT)
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Method 1: select _one_ of a particular type of cell you want to print 
with Alt+click (Mac: Option+click); that will select _all_ cells of the 
same type.  Now use File > Print Selection.

Problem: what about "figures" that are in fact the contents of Output cells?

Method 2 (silly): using the same selection method as in Method 1, but 
select the types you do _not_ want to print. Delete all those and save 
the nb under another name. Now print it.

On 4/4/12 4:30 AM, Brentt wrote:
> Is there any way when printing a notebook to print only
> text/figure/Formula/...etc cells, but not print input/output cells, that
> does not involve  going through the notebook and hiding them by hand?
>

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