Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 17:01:19 -0400
Reply-To: "Snider-Lotz, Tom" <TSnider-Lotz@qwiz.com>
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From: "Snider-Lotz, Tom" <TSnider-Lotz@qwiz.com>
Subject: Re: Page size of exported output viewers
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I think I have partially answered my own question about the page width problem -- I suspect the page width is set at 11.43 inches because that's what's required to fit one of the t-test tables in the output. When I simply print from the output viewer, SPSS breaks the table into two parts so it will fit on a page with a 6-inch text width. It does NOT seem to make this adjustment when it exports the viewer into RTF format.
So my question becomes, is there a way to make SPSS export the document so that it fits the width of letter-sized paper?
(Yes, I can modify the page settings in Word to print in landscape with narrow margins, but I will be doing this often and I'd rather avoid it.)
Thanks for any help.
Thomas G. Snider-Lotz, Ph.D.
1805 Old Alabama Road
Roswell, GA 30076