Options - Documents: Workbooks

In the Options dialog box, select the Workbooks tab (located under Documents) to access options to customize the functionality of Statistica Workbooks. The specifications made on this tab will be used as the default whenever you use a workbook. For more details on workbooks, see the Workbook Overview.

Display proportions. Use the options in this group box to specify the proportions of the workbook window.

Tree panel width. In this box, enter the preferred width of the tree panel view, or adjust the number using the accompanying microscrolls.

Viewer panel width. In this box, enter the preferred width of the viewer panel, or adjust the number using the accompanying microscrolls.

Reset. Click this button to return the Tree panel width and Viewer panel width to the default settings (20% width and 133% height).

Prompt on item delete. Select this check box to display a dialog box to verify the action every time you cut or delete an item from a workbook.

Maximum characters on tabs. Type a number in this box, or adjust the number using the accompanying microscrolls, to specify the maximum number of characters to be displayed on the tabs.

Tab control. Tabs can be displayed describing each document in the workbook. Use the options in the Tab control group box to specify if you want tabs displayed and, if so, where to display them.

Orientation. From this drop-down list, select Top, Bottom, Left, or Right to specify where to display the workbook tabs.

Visible. Select this check box to display the workbook tabs. Clear the check box to hide the workbook tabs.

Add to Workbook performs. Use the options in this group box to specify whether you prefer documents to be moved or copied to the workbook when you click the Add to Workbook button.

Move. When this option button is selected, click the Add to Workbook button to move a document in a stand-alone window to the workbook. The stand-alone window is deleted.

Copy. When this option button is selected, click the Add to Workbook button to copy a document in a stand-alone window to the workbook. The document also remains in the stand-alone window.

Multi-Item Display. Use the options in this group box to specify how to display all of the documents of a given folder simultaneously when you select it in a workbook. Note that only documents that are directly inside of the folder will be displayed when you click on it (i.e., the content of any subfolders will not be displayed).

Multi-item display enables you to view multiple documents at once, making visual presentation of numerous documents a simple task. Additionally, you can also edit documents in the multi-item display in place as ActiveX documents.

Enable. Select this check box to enable multi-item display. If this check box is cleared, the generic workbook image will be displayed when you select a workbook folder.

Column Width. Enter the column width of the multi-item display area.

Row Height. Enter the row height of the multi-item display area.

Columns. Enter the number of vertical columns to be used in the multi-item display area. For example, if you set this field to 2 and click on a folder that contains 4 items, the multi-item display will appear as a 2x2 grid. The maximum number of columns for display is 16.

Advanced structured storage (for Win2K and above). Select this check box to store a much larger amount of embedded documents in your workbooks. Note that this option will not work on Windows® 95/98/ME.

Compress Graphs and Reports. When this check box is selected, new workbooks will be created with compression enabled, i.e., reports and graphs will be compressed in order to make the workbook smaller in size and speed the process of copying workbook files on a network.

Extract copy of document does not extract children. Select this check box to extract only a copy of the selected document. When this check box is cleared, any child nodes under the selected document will also be extracted as copies.

Export HTML images as. Select the image format preferred when exporting a workbook to HTML. You can select to export the images in .png or .jpeg format.