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Document Generation

Mathematica's symbolic document paradigm makes it uniquely easy to create complex structured documents programmatically, including both graphical elements and dynamic interactivity.

ReferenceReference

CreateDocument create a complete formatted document from a list of expressions

DocumentNotebook symbolic representation of a document notebook

TextCell, ExpressionCell symbolic representations of cells in any style

NotebookEvaluate evaluate the contents of a notebook

Document Structure

CellGroup symbolic representation of a cell group, with any cells closed

Grid arbitrary 2D layout of expressions, graphics, etc., with spanning, frames, etc.

TabView arbitrary tabbed pages

OpenerView ▪ SlideView ▪ FlipView ▪ MenuView

Document Styling »

StyleDefinitions overall cascading stylesheet definitions for a document

Style specify a style name or styling options for any element of a document

Text text to be embedded anywhere in a document

Background ▪ CellMargins ▪ Framed ▪ Panel ▪ WindowSize ▪ WindowTitle

Active Elements & Annotation

Hyperlink create a hyperlink to any URL or any part of the document

Tooltip ▪ Mouseover ▪ Checkbox ▪ ListAnimate ▪ Manipulate

Defer create a cell containing evaluatable input

Graphics »

Import import graphics etc. to include

Graphics ▪ Inset ▪ ListPlot ▪ ListLinePlot ▪ ...

Deployment

Export export to the web and other media, in HTML, PDF, XML, etc.

NotebookPrint print an expression or a notebook to a default printer

Save As ▪ Send To ▪ Print

Deploy make a document or any part of it uneditable

Incremental Document Generation

CellPrint insert a cell at the point where evaluation is being done

Print ▪ NotebookWrite ▪ Paste