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Re: st: Question RE: having Stata 9 and 10 both installed,and opening files by default with Stata 9 (not 10)


From   Arun Rajamohan <arajamoh@uwo.ca>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Question RE: having Stata 9 and 10 both installed,and opening files by default with Stata 9 (not 10)
Date   Wed, 28 Nov 2007 15:37:03 -0500

Can you not right click on a do file open it using textedit it on a mac?

Also in stata 10: File > Open and you can browse to any do file (as long as you select 'stata-do file' in the 'enable' menu at the bottom). This will open a do file editor for you to edit it.

-A

On Nov 28, 2007, at 3:22 PM, David Radwin wrote:


F, are you able to right-click on a do-file and have it open up in the do-file editor (rather than than have Stata run it)?

Can anyone tell me if and how I might do this on Stata 10 for Macintosh?

Thanks,

David

At 10:05 AM -0800 11/28/07, F V wrote:

My question is - how can I force my machine to use
Stata 9 (not 10) by default when I click into a data
file and, furthermore, when I right click into a
do-file so as to edit it?

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