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Re: st: RE: Copying and pasting into Excel
Well, I've cut-and-pasted from Excel to Stata and vice versa and found no
difficulties personally, but I can't speak for everybody.
> Yes, I've used StatTransfer and it's certainly very useful. But when I
> need to do quick calculations, it's a lot easier to just cut and paste,
> and I thought it was safe. Is it not? Is there any other way to do this
> quickly besides using StatTransfer?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Clive Nicholas [mailto:Clive.Nicholas@newcastle.ac.uk]
>> Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2003 5:43 PM
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: Re: Copying and pasting into Excel
>> Stick that for a game of soldiers! Why not cut out the hassle
>> and just use
>> the excellent Stat/Transfer?
>> Adrian de la Garza wrote:
>> > Does anybody know if it's safe to just go to the browser, select the
>> > columns, copy them, and paste them into Excel? I have been
>> doing this
>> > and I just realized that when a value is missing, it copies
>> in Excel the
>> > value from the next populated column on the same row.
>> CLIVE NICHOLAS,
>> Politics Building,
>> School of Geography, Politics and Sociology,
>> University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
>> NE1 7RU,
>> United Kingdom.
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> * For searches and help try:
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