How to Save a Microsoft Word Document in STATISTICA?

STATISTICA offers the ability to output your results, tables and graphs, to a Microsoft Word document. This feature makes creating your final analysis report easy. The step of copy and pasting the results to Word is no longer needed. Additionally, with Microsoft Word output, it is easy to share analysis output with colleagues, regardless of if they use STATISTICA.

 

For those using the 64 bit version of STATISTICA and the 32 bit version of Microsoft Word, problems may arise when saving the Microsoft Word document. The dialog to save the file does not default to saving the document as a *.docx, but rather a *.rtf file.

Save as docx

 

The Word document can be saved as a Word document, *.docx, but to do so may not be obvious. These simple steps will allow you to save your Microsoft Word document, created in STATISTICA, as a Word document and not only a Rich Text File.

  1. Change the Save as type to All Files (*.*)
  2. Type in the desired file name, adding the Microsoft Word file extension, *.docx. Now the file will save as a Microsoft Word document as expected.

Save as docx

This Microsoft Word document can be opened and edited in Word.

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StatSoft, Inc. was founded in 1984 and is now one of the largest global providers of analytic software worldwide. StatSoft is also the largest manufacturer of enterprise-wide quality control and improvement software systems in the world, and the only company capable of supporting its QC products worldwide, with wholly owned subsidiaries in all major markets (StatSoft has 23 full-service offices, on all continents), and its software is available in more than 10 languages.

Posted on December 14, 2011, in Statistica Outputs and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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