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Questions on Notebooks (*.nb, *.ma in earlier versions), structured interactive documents produced by Mathematica that can contain text, graphics, sound, calculations, typeset expressions, and user interface elements.

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You should pass boxes as the second argument to NotebookWrite: toCopy = Grid[{{a^2, b^2}, {c^2, d^2}}]; NotebookWrite[CreateDocument[], ToBoxes@toCopy] Answering your second question, it is suffici …
answered Nov 9 '13 by Alexey Popkov
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Instead of Get[NotebookSave[InputNotebook[], ...]] you should simply use NotebookGet[InputNotebook[]]. If you don't want to have this expression in the shared copy of the Notebook, you could replace I …
answered Oct 24 '16 by Alexey Popkov
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This is very efficient for large Notebooks: NotebookPut[Notebook[{}], EvaluationNotebook[]]; (simple replacement of the evaluation notebook with blank notebook). I have tested this method with a …
answered Aug 4 '15 by Alexey Popkov
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Then each time I open the notebook anew, to ensure that all definitions are in place the easiest way is to evaluate everything. But some computations can be costly, and I do not need their results. …
answered Oct 27 by Alexey Popkov
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Here is another approach which offers better readability while maintaining robustness of the method shown in the "UPDATE" section of previous answer (with only exception to compatibility between diffe …
answered May 17 '17 by Alexey Popkov
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I try with Ctrl+A, then Ctrl+click to deselect unnecessary cells and then Enter but mathematica evaluate only one cell. You should use the Evaluation ▶ Evaluate Cells menu item: http://reference …
answered Oct 8 '17 by Alexey Popkov
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My favorite was CellOpen but it gives True in both cases. You misinterpret the meaning of the option CellOpen. This option is NOT related to cell grouping at all, it just hides the contents of a …
answered Oct 7 '17 by Alexey Popkov
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Interpolation is a built-in function located in the System` context, which is the same for all Notebooks independently of $Context, hence any changes of Options of this function will be global. But …
answered Nov 20 '14 by Alexey Popkov
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(Posting comment by Jason B. as an answer.) You can use the "Clear history" button described here.
answered May 8 '18 by Alexey Popkov
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As Kuba say in the comments, NotebookImport does what you need. Specifically, NotebookImport[nb, "Input" -> "Text"] preserves the original formatting and syntax of input cells what should fit your pur …
answered May 16 '17 by Alexey Popkov
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When manipulating a Notebook from the Kernel using such functions as NotebookLocate, SelectionMove, NotebookSelection, NotebookDelete etc. by default user-interaction with the Notebook is allowed and …
asked Sep 21 '15 by Alexey Popkov
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You can use CellGroupData with 1 as the second argument for creation of cell groups where only first cell is open: Do[NotebookWrite[EvaluationNotebook[], Cell@CellGroupData[{Cell["Section " <> To …
answered May 22 '15 by Alexey Popkov
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The "Preferences" and "Enter Activation Key" windows are Palette Notebooks located in the directory FileNameJoin[{$InstallationDirectory, "SystemFiles", "FrontEnd", "SystemResources"}] (look at … "Preferences.nb" and "ActivationDialog.nb"). But (according to an old MathGroup post by John Fultz) the "Option Inspector" is written in C. As to why Notebooks[] doesn't list them, I can only guess …
answered Aug 9 '16 by Alexey Popkov
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Here is how you could auto-extract separately the images and the text from your "Package" file. First we need to uncomment the commented lines in order to be able to extract the complete Mathematica …
answered Oct 1 '16 by Alexey Popkov
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UPDATE: the bug is confirmed by WRI tech support, [CASE:4338353]. I reproduce the issue with version 12.0 on Windows 7 x64. Here are the steps: In a new (empty) Notebook apply the Evaluation ► Ev …
answered Oct 27 by Alexey Popkov

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