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Does this do what you want? array = Riffle[{list1, list2, list3}, {{{Null, Null}}}]; array = Flatten[Transpose /@ array, 1]; array = PadRight[#, Max[Length /@ array], Null] & /@ array; Export["data.xls", Transpose[array]] Riffle puts the two empty columns between each of the lists. Flatten produces a list of the spreadsheet columns. ...


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Basically you are facing the problem described here. The simplest workaround is to evaluate SetOptions[$FrontEndSession, PrintingStyleEnvironment -> "Working"] before exporting. Now it works as expected: ComplexListPlot[{0.4 + 0.2 I}, PlotMarkers -> {{Graphics[Triangle[{{{0, 0}, {1, 1.6}, {2, 0}}}]], 0.03}}]; Export["test.pdf", %...


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You are facing the problem described here. The simplest workaround is to evaluate SetOptions[$FrontEndSession, PrintingStyleEnvironment -> "Working"] before exporting. Now it works as expected: Export["test1.pdf", Show[r, ImageSize -> 3 cm]]; pg = Import["test1.pdf", "PageGraphics"][[1]]; Options[pg, ImageSize] ...


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Sorry, but you cannot alter how text is generated in SVG.


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I recreated MacroB's answer above and confirm this still is a bug in version 12.1. Export["fromExport.json", {"1" -> "Conexión"}, "JSON"] Import["fromExport.json", "JSON"] stringout = ExportString[{"1" -> "Conexión"}, "JSON"]; filestream = OpenWrite["...


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