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Using CellPrint with a TraditionalForm string
I am trying to use CellPrint to print a cell that asks a user to solve an equation. This equation is randomly generated right beforehand, and I would like to have it print in Blue. The whole Cell ...
Feb 16 '13 at 16:27
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