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Re: Get rid of Input cells when printing?

My earlier posting about this was

> 1. Select all Input cells by holding the option(alt) key down and clicking on
> any Input cell bracket (this works for all cell styles).
> 2. Use the menu
> Cell>Cell Properties>CellOpen
> to close the input cells.
> Unfortunately this does have extra space for the closed cell.
> Alternatively you could cut the Input cells out, print and then close the
> notebook without saving; or make a copy of the notebook with the Input cells
> cut out.

Mickey has mailed me

> I tried this but it seems that the first step does not works 
> I use Mathematica on unix (SunOs4) with X11 front-end.
> I tried the Mod1 key the Alt Shift And control and nither of them 
> worked. ?!

Is there any way of doing this with the X11 front-end?

In default of this, here is a way using the Option Inspector:

Format>Option Inspector...
In panel 
	Show option values for (selection's style)
	Look up [CellOpen]	
	Change CellOpen ----> True to CellOpen ----> False 
	(by clicking on button [] on the right) -- 
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