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Unformatted text preview: orksheet as Maple Input, your worksheet must contain explicit semicolons and not auto-inserted ones. The resulting exported .mpl file will not run in command-line Maple with auto-inserted semicolons. Exporting As Maple Input Format To export a worksheet as Maple Input: 1. Open the worksheet to export. 2. From the File menu, select Export As. The Export As dialog opens. 3. Select Maple Input as a file type. 4. Specify a path and folder for the file. 5. Enter a filename. 6. Click Export. Maplet Application The Maple Export As Maplet facility translates a Maple worksheet into a .maplet file. Translation of Maple Worksheets to Maplet Applications The following describes what happens to various worksheet elements. • Animations, embedded images and plots, hidden content, page breaks, sketches, spreadsheets, worksheet styles, page numbers, contents of collapsed sections, output, and standard math elements are all ignored. • Hyperlinks are converted to plain text. The visible text of the link is present but information about the path is lost. • Maple input, text, and standard math input regions are maintained. • Text is preceded by the (#) character. Important: When exporting a worksheet as a Maplet application, your worksheet must contain explicit semicolons and not auto-inserted ones. The resulting exported .maplet file will not run in command-line Maple with auto-inserted semicolons. 8.3 Exporting Worksheets • 293 Export As A Maplet Application To export a worksheet as a Maplet application: 1. Open the worksheet to export. 2. From the File menu, select Export As. The Export As dialog opens. 3. Select Maplet as a file type. 4. Specify a path and folder for the file. 5. Enter a filename. 6. Click Export. The Maplet application can be displayed by using the MapletViewer. Maple Text Maple text is specially marked text that retains the worksheet’s distinction between text, Maple input, and Maple output. Thus, you can export a worksheet as Maple text, send the text file by email, and the recipient can import the Maple text into a Maple session and regenerate most of the structure of your original worksheet. Translation of Maple Worksheets to Maple Text When a Maple worksheet is translated into a Maple text file, the following describes what happens to various worksheet elements. • Maple Input is preceded by a greater-than sign and a space (> ). • Text is preceded by a pound sign and a space (# ). • Page break objects inserted manually in Maple are not supported when exported as Maple Text. • Hidden content is not exported. • Graphics are not exported. • Special symbols (and all output) are displayed in character-based typesetting. 294 • Chapter 8: Input and Output Exporting As Maple Text To export a worksheet as Maple text: 1. Open the worksheet to export. 2. From the File menu, select Export As. The Export As dialog opens. 3. Select Maple Text as a file type. 4. Specify a path and folder for the file. 5. Enter a filename. 6. Cl...
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2012 for the course MATH 1100 taught by Professor Nil during the Spring '12 term at National University of Singapore.

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