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Notebook Interface

  • Programmable documents based on underlying symbolic representation.
  • Symbolic language for specifying user interface operations.
  • Customizable palettes that can execute any kernel or front end operation.
  • Integrated active elements and hyperlinks in notebooks.
  • Separate style environments for screen and printing.
  • New style sheets for varied document types.
  • Language-based control of all features of text, graphics, cells and notebooks.
  • In-line typesetting and graphics embedded in text.
  • Enhanced text formatting capabilities including full text justification.
  • Integrated customizable notebook-based on-line help with hyperlinks and the full text of this book.
  • Fully platform-independent notebook file format.
  • Notebook conversion to TeX, HTML and other external formats.
  • Option inspector for interactive control of all notebooks and front end properties.
  • Keyboard commands for editing and notebook navigation; drag and drop.