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Re: st: pasting regression outputs
if you plan to use Stata for more than one analysis you better get -estout-
or you use the -estimates- commands (ready build in). --outreg- is also a
nice tool but as others already wrote in this list, it is no longer
developed and there are some weird things happening when using it with
later stata-versions. Another possibility is to mark the table you want to
copy, then a right click and "copy table". Best way then is to paste it
into a excel sheet or an already formatted word table.
At 18:25 27.05.2005, you wrote:
>At 06:17 PM 5/27/2005 +0200, Stefanie Brodmann wrote:
>>If you use the font "Courier New" in Word, then at least the output has a
>>better shape than when using "Times New Roman".
>For my class handouts I routinely cut and paste using Courier New 9 pt or
>10 pt font. I also use the "keep with next" formatting feature to avoid
>awkward page breaks. You can, of course, come up with fancier looking
>output, but part of the purpose of my handouts is to show how to get Stata
>to do things and how to interpret the printout.
>Richard Williams, Notre Dame Dept of Sociology
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