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Re: How to write reports and books in Mathematica

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  • Subject: [mg109656] Re: How to write reports and books in Mathematica
  • From: per at RQNNE.invalid (Per Rønne)
  • Date: Tue, 11 May 2010 06:24:54 -0400 (EDT)
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Dominic <miliotodc at> wrote:

> Based on what you wrote I gather you're not familiar with StyleSheets i=
> Mathematica.  That's what you need to learn how to use.  You either use
> an existing Stylesheet or create your own.  The StyleSheet then has
> various cell templates that you choose to enter various formatted data
> into your notebook.  For example if you wanted to enter a block of
> descriptive text, you would choose the "text" style, and then as you
> enter text into that cell style, it's formatted as simple text although
> embedded math can be entered as well.  There is a whole process for
> managing, editing, creating, and using stylesheets in Mathematica.  For
> example, if I just wanted to startout using the Book stylesheet, I woul=
> choose File/New/Styled Notebook/Book.  That loads a default stylesheet
> in a default "book" style.  But you would need to understand how to use
> those styles and edit the styles and I'm not aware of a good reference
> for that.

I have come a long way since I wrote my original post, partly through
private mails partly through guessing and reading in Stephen Wolfram's
"The Mathematica Book 5th Edition". I have now solved my original
problems but of course there's lots of stuff I haven't been through yet.

I'm still waiting for answers from Wolfram as to whether I can update my
Mathematica 5 TE which has been "discontinued and no longer supported".
Otherwise, I'll just use my old TE on my old G4/867 Macintosh running
MacOS X 10.4 'Tiger' [I can then also run Classic apps]. I won't give up
my Snow Leopard on my newer computers and I can wait the 15 months it
will take for me to be able to purchase a Student's Edition. =A390 the
price will then be, rather than =A3195 for a "Home Edition".
Per Erik R=F8nne
Errare humanum est, sed in errore perseverare turpe

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