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There is a setting in the Global Preferences: Notebook Options | Window Properties | WindowTitle | "FullFileName"


You could also use: SetOptions[EvaluationNotebook[], WindowTitle -> "FullFileName"]


Real numbers generally have $MachinePrecision x = .25 // Precision MachinePrecision You can designate arbitrary precision for a number using a number mark and designated precision x = .25`10; y = .25`30; Precision /@ {x, y} {10., 30.} You can get a rational approximation with Rationalize .25 // Rationalize 1/4 However, Rationalize ...


Using NotebookWrite[nb, Cell[{ToBoxes[question]}]] or NotebookWrite[nb, Cell[{ToBoxes@question}, "Input", CellMargins -> {{0, 10}, {5, 10}}]]; instead of NotebookWrite[nb, ToBoxes[question]] gives


Confirmed bug. Can't be fixed in 10.0.2 so we have to wait for next release.


You can easily add a new Item PageBreaks to the Mathematica Menu. First make a backup copy of C:\Program Files\Wolfram Research\Mathematica\8.0\SystemFiles\FrontEnd\TextResources\Windows\MenuSetup.tr Then edit the original file and add the following block of code, e.g. between the blocks of Window and Help: Menu["&PageBreaks", { ...


You can increase the minimum precision used in a notebook by setting $MinPrecision to a value greater than 0 (the default). For instance, if you want to ensure that all numbers are defined to have precision twice that of machine precision, you could specify: $MinPrecision = 2 $MachinePrecision; To make sure that your parallel kernels also use this same ...

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