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Tables, reports and graphs can be directly Exported to Microsoft Word® or PowerPoint®.

Cells on reports have context-sensitive help about what they contain.

Copy the selected contents.

Editable cells can be pasted over or cleared.

The design layout screen has several different right-click functions.

  • The column headers (gray squares labeled Run, Factor, Response, etc) give access to sorting, inserting, ignoring, deleting, etc.

  • The row headers (gray square to the left of each row) gives access to duplicating, deleting, setting custom row statuses, etc.

  • Editable response cells can be toggled between normal and ignored status.

Several adjacent columns, rows, or cells can be selected (click on the first object, shift+click on the last) and then right-click on one of the selected headers to apply the same function to all.

No matter how the above objects are selected, the right-click menu is context sensitive depending on where you right-click.

The Select button on the Design layout spreadsheet can:

  • Change which columns are currently displayed.

  • Change the columns displayed by default when a new design is created.

  • Sort the design by Row Status.

Model editing screens (where you see “model” and “error” beside the list of factors) right-clicking assigns a term to the model, or error pool respectively. On some models, terms can be forced as well.

On graphs the right-click menu is context sensitive.

  • Right-click on the general plot area to change how the graph is displayed.

  • Open the Graph Preferences dialog to adjust the X and Y axes tick marks, colors, etc.

  • Add a Flag to cube, contour and 3D plots.

  • Right-click directly on a flag to change how it is displayed.

  • Add a contour to contour and 3D plots.

  • Right-click directly on a contour to manually set the value.

  • Right-click on a factor on the Factors Tool to assign it to a display axis.