Object Reference : Object View and Procedure Reference : Spool
  
 
save
Spool Procs
Save spool object to disk as a tab-delimited ASCII text, RTF, CSV, or PDF file.
Syntax
spool_name.save(options) [path]\file_name
Follow the keyword with a name for the file. file_name may include the file type extension, or the file type may be specified using the “t=” option.
If an explicit path is not specified, the file will be stored in the default directory, as set in the File Locations global options.
Options
 
t=file_type (default= “txt”)
Specifies the file type, where file_type may be: “rtf” (Rich-text format), “txt” (tab-delimited text), “csv” (comma-separated values (CSV) format), “pdf” (Portable Document Format, PDF), “tex” (LaTeX file).
Files will be saved with the “.rtf”, “.txt”, “.csv”, or “pdf” extensions, respectively.
If you specify a text or CSV file, graphs in the spool will not be written to the file.
title
Include object titles.
comment
Include object comments.
prompt
Force the dialog to appear from within a program.
PDF Options
 
mode=arg
Multiple object handling: “i” (each object on individual page), “c” (continuous), or “f” (fit to page)
landscape
Save in landscape mode (the default is to save in portrait mode).
size=arg (default=“letter”)
Page size: “letter”, “legal”, “a4”, and “custom”.
width=number (default=8.5)
Page width in inches if “size=custom”.
height=number (default=11)
Page height in inches if “size=custom”.
leftmargin=number (default=0.5)
Left margin width in inches.
rightmargin=number (default = 0.5)
Right margin width in inches.
topmargin=number (default=1)
Top margin width in inches.
bottommargin= number (default = 1)
Bottom margin width in inches.
LaTeX Options
 
texspec / -texspec
[Include / Do not include] the full LaTeX documentation specification in the LaTeX output. The default behavior is taken from the global default settings.
Examples
spool01.save(t=rtf, title) c:\temp\spool01
saves SPOOL01 to an RTF file named “spool01.rtf” in the “C:\TEMP” directory, and precedes each object in the spool with its title.
spool01.save(comment) spool01.txt
saves SPOOL01 to a text file named “spool01.txt” in the current directory, and precedes each object in the spool with its associated comment if one exists.
Cross-references
For additional discussion see “Saving a Spool”.