[EpiData-list] Printing Tables

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Mon Sep 12 02:56:31 CDT 2005


It all depends of the analysis version you are using.

1- from Epi 6 Analysis, the simplest way is to send results to an external text file that you can then edit with any text editor or word processor.
ROUTE xxxx.txt
(the last route closes the file, so it can be handled by another program)
Then, open the text file with Wordpad, Word...

2- From EpiData Analysis, use the command 'logopen', give a name to the file (e.g. logopen TEST); a file named TEST.HTM is created, containing all results produced (tables, graphs...). It can be opened with any web browser, or edited with Word, for example.

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			Gilles DELMAS 
			Institut de Veille Sanitaire 
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			+ 33 1 41 79 67 27 
			g.delmas at invs.sante.fr 

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Please forgive my ignorance of the program.
I am trying to print off a number of tables that I have generated.
Preferably one per page and have not been able to accomplish this. 
Is it possible to do and if so how?
Thank you.

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