Saving Document

File > Save

 

1.Select the VisualStat menu vst_menu

2.Click Save

 

 

To save a copy of a document

1.Select the VisualStat menu vst_menu

2.Click Save As

3.Under Save with a New Name, appears available formats to save the document

 

To save a matrix

1.Choose View > Show > Project Manager

2.In the DataBook folder and sub-folders, click on Matrices

3.Right-click on the matrix you want to save

4.Click on Export

 

To save a vector

1.Choose View > Show > Project Manager

2.In the DataBook folder and subfolders, click on Vectors

3.Right-click on the vector you want to save

4.Click on Export

 

 

note

By default, a DataBook will be save in regular (non-portable) VisualStat format (*.vstz). However, you can export your DataBook to an Excel-formatted file (*.xls), Tab-Delimited Text file (*.txt), XML Spreadsheet (*.xml), HTML Document (*.html) or PDF File (*.pdf).
 

By default, a DataChart will be save in regular (non-portable) VisualStat format (*.vscx). However, you can export your chart to a standard Windows Bitmap file (*.bmp), Enhanced Metafile file (*.emf), Exchangeable Windows metafile (*.emf), Graphics Interchange Format (*.gif), Joint Photographic Experts Group (*.jpeg), W3C Portable Network Graphics (*.png), Tag Image File Format (*.tiff) or Windows Metafile (*.wmf). The bitmap file is not compressed. Use the JPEG format to limit the disk space. If you want to export the data used to build the chart, use the Text File (*.txt) format. If you only want to save data without any formatting, use the VisualStat Chart Data (*.vscd) format. It takes less disk space.
 

By default, a DataReport will be save in regular (non-portable) VisualStat format (*.vsrx). However, you can export your report file in a text format (*.txt) or in a standard Rich Text Format (*.rtf).
 

By default, a DataGrid will be save in regular (non-portable) VisualStat format (*.vsgx). However, you can export your report file to an Excel-formatted file (*.xls) or a text format (*.txt).