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Notebook   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Notebook[{cell_1, cell_2, ...}] is the low-level construct that represents a notebook manipulated by the Mathematica front end.
New in 7.0: Notebooks & Documents   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica 7 enhances the Mathematica notebook experience in several ways, with new convenient usability features, new levels of automation for the form and structure of ...
New in 6.0: Notebooks & Documents   (Mathematica Guide)
Version 6.0 greatly extended Mathematica's powerful symbolic document paradigm, integrating support for editable symbolic graphics, structure-programmable table layouts, ...
Low-Level Notebook Programming   (Mathematica Guide)
In Mathematica's unified symbolic architecture, every Mathematica notebook you see is represented as a symbolic expression that can be manipulated and controlled ...
Notebooks as Mathematica Expressions   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Expressions corresponding to notebooks. Here is a simple Mathematica notebook. Here is the expression that corresponds to this notebook.
Notebooks and Documents   (Mathematica Guide)
Program-constructible symbolic documents with uniquely flexible formatting.
Notebooks as Documents   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Mathematica notebooks allow you to create documents that can be viewed interactively on screen or printed on paper. Particularly in larger notebooks, it is common to have ...
Manipulating Notebooks   (Mathematica Overview)
Cells as Mathematica Expressions Notebooks as Mathematica Expressions Manipulating Notebooks from the Kernel
Doing Computations in Notebooks   (Mathematica Tutorial)
A typical Mathematica notebook containing text, graphics, and Mathematica expressions. The brackets on the right indicate the extent of each cell. Mathematica notebooks are ...
ButtonNotebook   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ButtonNotebook[] gives the notebook, if any, that contains the button which initiated the current evaluation.
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