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Professional quant working in financial world.


Dec
4
revised Export all open notebooks and change font size
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Dec
4
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Dec
4
revised Export all open notebooks and change font size
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Dec
4
comment Export all open notebooks and change font size
I edited the code so that leaves the initial stylesheet. I don't know the exact style that you want to modify. The easy way could be edit the actual stylesheet a save as new one (you should change "Default.nb" for this) a edit the "printout" style that you need.
Dec
4
revised Export all open notebooks and change font size
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Dec
4
answered Export all open notebooks and change font size
Jul
29
answered Connect to remote Ms-sql Database
Jun
26
awarded  Teacher
Jun
14
answered Combine multiple notebook files into a pdf/rtf/word/etc file?
Feb
25
comment Sequence and boolean And
I accept the @PinguinDirk response because I only accept just one and he was first, but thank you for your response (and other responses all over the MSE, I'm a fan ;-)
Feb
25
accepted Sequence and boolean And
Feb
21
comment Sequence and boolean And
@PinguinDirk you're right... in fact I found some code where I did that, but still I would like to understand where's the problem with Sequence...
Feb
21
asked Sequence and boolean And
Aug
9
accepted Importing file with UCS-2 Little Endian codification
Aug
9
comment Importing file with UCS-2 Little Endian codification
In fact, as I'm interested in the lines to analyze the content, for my works better this: StringReplace[#, "\r" -> ""] & /@ Import["msscript.scp", {"Text", "Lines"}, CharacterEncoding -> "Unicode"];
Aug
9
awarded  Editor
Aug
9
revised Importing file with UCS-2 Little Endian codification
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Aug
9
asked Importing file with UCS-2 Little Endian codification
Jun
20
comment CDF, Player, PlayerPro, or something else?
I think the problem with the mx files it's that are platform dependent, i.e. if you generate the mx file in a Win7x64 machine your client will need also a Win7x64 machine, because you can't load that file with a WinXPx32 or a OSX machine...
Apr
27
awarded  Organizer