Thanks, Ron. This seems a complicated way -- it was so much easier in the old version. Sigh.
Ron Prince wrote:
> The way I do this is to save the output as text then read it into Excel, edit the columns in Excel, then save it/paste it into SPSS syntax out of Excel.
> I'd like to know if there is an easier way myself.
> Ron Prince, Asst Researcher
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> >>> Gil Klajman <email@example.com> 11/06/02 09:42AM >>>
> Dear all,
> When using an old version (Windows 3.1), I was able to select _columns_ of
> output for copy/paste into a syntax window, by using the shift-right mouse click
> combination. I am now using version 11 (Windows 98) and am unable to accomplish
> Does someone know whether this can still be done? And if so, how?
> Many thanks.
> Gil Klajman
> Dept of Sociology
> Montclair State University
> Upper Montclair, NJ