Re: Re: Is there really no longer any way to Find cells by cell style?
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- Subject: [mg8275] Re: [mg8184] Re: Is there really no longer any way to Find cells by cell style?
- From: "Brett H. Barnhart" <brettb>
- Date: Sat, 23 Aug 1997 01:59:18 -0400
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At 03:07 AM 8/18/97 -0400, Therese Storch wrote: >In article <5sor86$gra at smc.vnet.net>, siegman at ee.stanford.edu (AES) wrote: > >> In Mathematica 2.2, Mac version, you could Find all the Output, >> Graphics, Error and Message cells, delete 'em, and have a cleaned >> up notebook display with only your Input cells. MMA 3.0 no longer >> seems to have this, not in the Find menu anyway. Is it really gone? > > >Unfortunately, this seems to be the case. I contacted Wolfram regarding >the location of Initialization cells, which I frequently found useful and >performed routinely in Mathematica 2.2. They informed me that this was not >possible in Ver 3.0, and I suspect that the same applies to other cell >styles. > Under the Kernel menu, you can choose "Delete All Output" which will delete all output cells. Brett Barnhart Brett H. Barnhart Business Development Wolfram Research 100 Trade Center Dr Champaign, Il 61820 217-398-0700 ext 523 217-398-0747 (fax) brettb at wolfram.com http://www.wolfram.com/~brettb *Check out our 1997 Mathematica Developer Conference at http://www.wolfram.com/devconf97