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Re: st: RE: outreg
Another solution is to get outreg to save output in a text file, and
when you open up the text file in Excel, make Excel read all the columns
in as "text" rather than the default, which is "General". This is an
option in the second of the small windows that open up when you try to
open a text file in Excel.
This way the entries get preserved in their original form as text rather
than numbers that Excel tries to interpret.
A. Mushfiq Mobarak
Assistant Professor of Economics
University of Colorado at Boulder
At 12:09 AM 2/7/2003 +0000, you wrote:
> does anybody know why, when you send your regression output to an
> file using the command outreg, the standard errors (and any other
> in parentheses) actually have a negative sign in front? Sending the
> regression output to a word document or txt document is fine, but does
> not work equally with an Excel file. Is there a solution to that?
>Can anybody help please?
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