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RE: delete selected output

From: Thambu David
Subject: RE: delete selected output
Date: Sun, 2 Nov 2014 18:40:24 +0530

I found that saving the output as html, allows me to then copy the tables and 
past in any format i want

Dr Thambu David S
Professor and Head
Medicine Unit 2
Christian Medical College, Vellore
632004, India

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Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2014 6:29 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: Re: delete selected output

Thank you, sir. Your advice is the first step towards a presentable
output, thank you.

You might add that the table output in LibreOffice needs further
treatment as you get a mangled output, at least in Windows.

There is one option for pasting into Calc: unformatted text.
Once pasted to get a table that you can read in Calc you have to delete
here one row in two. I also tried with fixed columns

In Writer you have to change to page format landscape and use fixed font
Courier New as a font (like in "good old" SPSS times).

So my proposition for Ben: please work on the output so that you can
export it with no hassle.


Answering to your philosophical text line I agree with you.
In German service offices you sometimes get welcomed by a joke:
Impossible client demands are treated immediately.
Miracles take a bit longer.
Magics might be ordered on special demand.

On 02/11/2014 05:41, dr soumalya ray wrote:
> On Saturday, 1 November 2014 7:41 PM, news <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I guess it is not possible,
> nothing is "not possible"; "impossible" things just take a little bit more 
> time!
>> I ask as I want to output a single table into the LibreOffice
>> spreadsheet
> if i understand your question correctly, please do the following:-
> -finish your analysis
> -go to the output viewer. there are two panes.
> -the right pane contain your analysis, tables, histograms etc.
> -the left pane starts with "Get" and contains a list of commands (eg, 
> frequencies,crosstabs etc).
> -click on the required table (just once) in the left pane.
> -go to the edit-> copy.
> -open Libreoffice Calc
> - paste the table.
> -you should have the table now in libreoffice calc. worked for me in xubuntu 
> 14.04, libreoffice, PSPP 0.8.4.
> regards,
> som

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