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If you highlight all the brackets on the right side of what you want, and then do File->Save Selection As you should get this. nb = CreateDocument[{TextCell["PDF Test", "Section"], {Table[PieChart@Range@5, {7}]} // TableForm}]; I transposed the list so it reads left to right and put it in table form to get rid of the brackets. nb = ...


You need to set the page size as well as the paper size. I can only test this in V10.1 but it works: nb = CreateDocument[{TextCell["PDF Test", "Section"],Table[PieChart@Range@5, {7}]}]; SetOptions[nb, PrintingOptions -> {"PaperOrientation"->"Landscape","PageSize" -> {1296, 864}, "PaperSize" -> {1296, 864}}]; SetOptions[nb, ...


With some modifications. nb = CreateDocument[ Column[{TextCell["PDF Test", "Section"], GraphicsRow[Table[PieChart@Range@5, {7}], ImageSize -> 700]}]];


You can do this using Mathematica's built-in message system; also, I'd suggest looking through Mathematica's package development documentation and tutorials, as these commonly go hand-in-hand; here is one starting place. As for the specific question, here is an example: MyFunction::argerr = "Bad argument given to MyFunction: `1`"; MyFunction[x_Integer] := ...


Whenever I print I highlight the bracket on the far right and right click ->save selection as->PDF (don't forget to delete the "Out[1]=" first) Then just throw it in your document editor of choice. The Mac default is "Preview."

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