[proFit-list] Export Datasheet
laserboy at fusemail.com
Thu Aug 21 02:15:21 CDT 2008
For inserting into a latex tabular environment you should set the
separator to '&' and the line ending to '\\ \n' (the \n makes
everything easier to read).
This will not write opening and closing parts of the latex code but it
is still a short cut. You could put the opening latex code into the
header of the pro fit file, which would just leave you with the
closing code to write.
On Aug 21, 2008, at 5:23 AM, pro Fit Support wrote:
> Dear Michael
> I do not understand your comment "the normal text file is bad if...".
> Did you try to export the data window using the Export command under
> the File menu? If you do this, you are prompted to specify the file
> format, which you should set to "Custom". You then will be able to
> enter ';' as a separator between columns.
> Best regards
> Kurt Sutter
> On 21. Aug 2008, at 0:00, Michael Adolph wrote:
>> I'd like to know if it is possible to export a data sheet into a
>> format which is easy-to-read for another computer program?
>> I'm using a program to automatically create LaTeX-Tables and
>> it'd be great if it is possible to export the data sheet with columns
>> seperated e.g. by a ';'. The normal text file is bad if the header is
>> much shorter or longer than the data contained in the columns.
>> It'd be even greater if the data sheet could be exported as TeX-table
>> directly (If that's not possible, I do have a feature request ;) )
>> best but sleepy wishes (diploma-thesis writing sucks)
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