Questions about printing from Mathematica. Includes questions about scaling output, printing to PDF, specifying headers and footers and other layout elements, the printing environment style sheet version etc.

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With comma as decimal separator, how do you insert a period in the header/footer?

I have enabled comma as my decimal separator, which means that comma still acts normally and when pressing period it will be converted to a comma. In the header I would like to make a period, so I ...
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How do I re-direct FilePrint's output?

I recently wanted to use FilePrint to print the contents somewhere else but in the notebook I was using. However, the obvious-seeming solution doesn't work at all: ...
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Substituting confidential tagged cells by a “content removed” cell

When producing a notebook with both code and text, I often end up with pieces of code, or even entire chapters, that I don't want to be shown on the final output. I generally hide or close them by ...
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How to print a message dialog window

I'm trying to figure out how to print a message dialog without printing the whole notebook. FrontEndExecute[FrontEndToken["PrintDialog"]] displays the print window ...
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How to let output and message be print to two separate external files?

How to let output and message be print to two separate external files? Also, I'd like the content print out to have similar look as when it's print inside the notebook, i.e. it should be in ...
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How can parts of a list of lists be printed to the nb, at regular interval positions?

I have a large list of lists with the dimensions {441,21,21,3} of which I need to print the x,y,z data from every 21st part up to 441. How can I print the 21x21x3 piece of every 21st part of this ...
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How to print without having newline added automatically at the end?

Print["first part of the result", DateString[]] Print["addition to the result", DateString[]] will add a newline character at the end of line automatically for ...
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Printing a Dynamic variable inside Dynamic

I'm trying to Print the variable a inside the Dynamic wrapper. Seems like such a simple question, but I haven't been able to get ...
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Removing In/Out Labels before printing

I know that I can close a notebook and open it again in order to remove the In/Out labels. What I would like to know is if there is another easy way of removing these labels without having to close ...