Specify and control how Mathematica formats its output, including rich text, equations and graphics.

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Save selection as PDF - non-image format

I am trying to save the following plot as a pdf, so that I can import it into LaTeX: ...
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TableDirections example produces an error message

Bug introduced in 10.0 and fixed in 10.3 Can anyone replicate this? In Mathematica 10.2 on Win 64: ...
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Are there any rules about style inheritance in Mathematica?

I can style every part of an UI separately. But it is not handy and it would be nice to have list of Heads which are not inheriting at all or even partly. Are there any rules about inheritance? ...
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Using an external Pattern breaks Format

I noted while writing this answer that using an external Pattern on Format doesn't work: ...
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Page breaks and headings in long table or grid

I have a need for long tables in a document I am producing but I am having difficulty. The printed document ends up with page breaks midway through the table which cuts rows part way through. I'd also ...
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Symbol with Subscript but no quotes in it!

If I use the following function to define me a fancy subscript: ...
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TableHeading Lines Do Not Show Up

For a list list = {{"a", "b", "c"}, {"d", "e"}}; Table heading lines do not show up ...
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Displaying subscripted symbols with TraditionalForm

I have pasted this code in from Mathematica 10 ...
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Visible (or selectively visible) multiplication operator in output

I don't like the way that Mathematica hides the multiplication symbol when two variables appear adjacent in the multiplication, because the space between them isn't always sufficient to clearly see ...
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Panel size undesired behaviour

This is next question from the series: better avoid Panel if you care about details. previous about FrameMargins In the ...
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How to format convert simple Mathematica expressions into a Maxima-compatible format?

I am trying to compare really long algebraic results from Mathematica with those from Maxima. Maxima can parse the simplest types of expressions output by Mathematica, such as ...
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Partial Differential Formatting by default

I read http://blog.wolfram.com/2011/12/15/mathematica-qa-series-converting-to-conventional-mathematical-typesetting/ and I could use pdConv mentioned there, or ...
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How do I reassign canonical ordering of special expressions?

1. Default behavior of Sort Note: this peculiarity is described in a comment to a related question at StackOverflow but I think it's worth restating here at mma.sx. It is estabilished in ...
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Display error on frame label after exporting image to pdf

This is a simple plot, it looks fine in Mathematica. But after exporting it to pdf file, the display of vertical frame label has an error. The "33" in the subscript "epsilon33" becomes somewhat a ...
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Why does my dataset lose its typesetting when I add columns?

I've tried multiple methods of adding and removing columns to a dataset, but it seems no matter which way I choose I can't get the data to typeset as a table. Here's my initial dataset: 1) ...
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How could I make an Excel-like table?

I am looking to build a simple Excel type of a table with four columns. I have spent some time researching Mathematica documentation, but haven't come across a way to implement that. Here is a ...
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How to hide brackets and create bars over variables

I have two problems figuring out how to format my formulas properly so that when I print out the notebook the formulas look like the ones in my textbook. So far I've got this: $\sum\limits_{i=1}^5 ...
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Output of the comand Put

I have a do loop in which I "Put" a ListPlot of a list in every iteration by doing Put[ListPlot[list],"file"] While the process is running and is still not ...
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Set form of all output to InputForm

I try to interact with mathematica using MathLink for symbolic computations. By default it returns strings such as 2\012-1 + E\012-------\012 3\012 E if the ...
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Symmetric FrameMargins problem

Such details are driving me crazy while creating GUIs with Mathematica: ...
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TableForm behavior change

In an older version NoteBook, I was able to specify some options for TableForm, which enabled the printing of an expression in a simple fashion: ...
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Piping StandardForm from within GUI

I am working on a GUI project where I need to pipe a string I constructed in Mathematica into an external program. For example ...
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Interpreting Mathematica output or producing cleaner output

Could someone please explain what the following would look like in standard math notation (or explain to me what this means): ...
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How can I export a notebook into multimarkdown?

Mulitmarkdown (.md filetype) is a very nice document format that supports rendering mathematical expressions like latex or mathml, rendering syntax highlighted code blocks for any language, as well as ...
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Is there any way to format the results of Wolfram|Alpha

I have noticed that when getting Wolfram|Alpha results via WolframAlpha[], the output is formatted to (what appears to be) Times New Roman and Helvetica for units ...
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Write output to a file as well as showing it in my notebook

I know this is a bit vague, but I will try to be as specific as I can. Basically, I am looking for a way to save formatted output, like sink in R and ...
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Preventing numeric constants from being pulled out of square roots

If I input Sqrt[2 g], Mathematica automatically pulls out the 2 and returns Sqrt[2] Sqrt[g]. ...