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Re: st: exporting results


From   Jeph Herrin <junk@spandrel.net>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: exporting results
Date   Thu, 03 Apr 2008 12:34:53 -0400

It's an extra step, but I find I get the most satisfying
result by pasting to Excel. Excel copies and links to Word
quite well, and it's easy to drag things around.

Typically, in fact, I paste the output to excel, then mirror
this copied output to another section of the sheet. I can
drag around the columns of this mirror table, format cells,
etc; then if I have to repaste the original output, the
mirrored table is updated automatically. And even if you
haven't linked it to a Word table, it's still trivial to
copy & paste.

hth,
Jeph




Christopher Intemann wrote:
Hi,
I always wonder whether there exists a more clever way to export results from stata to a table in word than typing.
Neither the copy, copy table nor copy as html command gives satisfying results.
"Copy as pict" looks nice, but, as the content cannot be edited further, is somehow kind of useless...
Does anyone know a good export script? It would be great if one could customize the output format, like number of digits etc. as well.
Thanks,
Chris
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