2.2.0. Output Medium Toolbar
The Output Medium Toolbar appears on Data Processor, Output Window and Graphics Editor window after performing a procedure. In Excel Add-In Mode, the UNISTAT toolbar is visible at all times, but the Output Medium buttons will be functional only after a procedure has been performed. All toolbars have similar Output Medium buttons, but there may be additional window-specific buttons and not all output buttons may appear depending on which application is installed on the system. The Word, Excel and web browser buttons will appear only if their respective applications have been installed previously.
When all options are available, the Output Medium Toolbar will look like this on different windows:
The toolbar buttons have the following tasks:
Last Dialogue: The last dialogue in the hierarchy of Procedure Dialogues will be displayed allowing you to change the output options without having to re-run the entire procedure.
Send Matrix to Data Processor (Stand-Alone Mode only): This button is available only when the output from a procedure is in table format. When it is clicked, the table will be copied to Data Processor cells starting from the first blank column available, so that it can be used as input for further analysis. Even if numbers in the output are formatted to display a limited number of digits, they will be copied to the spreadsheet cells with the full 15 digits of precision. Abbreviated labels will be generated for each column added to the spreadsheet.
Output to Word: Output is sent to the current document in Word, at the current cursor position, as formatted Word tables and enhanced metafile format pictures. See 2.2.2. Output to Word below.
Output to Excel: Output is sent to a new Excel worksheet in the form of formatted Excel tables and enhanced metafile format pictures. See 2.2.3. Output to Excel below.
Output to Web Browser: Output is sent to the default web browser in the form of HTML tables and PNG format bitmap images. See 2.2.4. Output to Web Browser below.
Output to the Clipboard: Output is copied to the clipboard using a fixed width font (as in Output Window). Graphics are in enhanced metafile format.
Macro Shortcut Buttons (Stand-Alone Mode, Data Processor only): The macro file Documents\Unistat10\UserButton1.usm is run (if it exists) and output is sent to the Default Output Medium. See 188.8.131.52. Macro Shortcut Buttons.
Lock UNISTAT Data (Excel Add-In Mode only): The highlighted block of data in the active Excel worksheet is locked. While this button is depressed, highlighting other blocks will not change the data to be analysed by UNISTAT. To change the analysis range click on this button again and then highlight a new block of data.
UNISTAT Help (Excel Add-In Mode only): This button launches the UNISTAT help system.