From:"Bachman, William" 
Subject:   [NMusers] NONMEM Tips #17 - May 19, 2003 - A Word Macro for Reformatting NO NMEM Output
Date:Mon, 19 May 2003 14:40:33 -0400

This tip was contributed by Nathan Teuscher : 

The default NONMEM output is a text format that is 132 columns wide and
contains format codes used by UNIX FORTRAN printing programs (for example,
the "^1" at the beginning of lines which signals a page break). Many users
import this file into word processing programs like Microsoft Word and
manually modify the file to a format more acceptable to their individual
reporting requirements. Macro's can also be created to automate this
process. Nathan Teuscher of NPS Pharmaceuticals has written and made
avavilable to nmusers a macro for Word that uses the FORTRAN page breaks and
reformats NONMEM standard output to be printed on 8.5 x 11" paper in a
portrait format. The macro, NONMEM_reformat.bas, (in a .bas form) can be
retrieved from the NONMEM Repository at GloboMax:

(This tip is supplied "gratis" and without implicit or explicit support from
either Nathan Teuscher or GloboMax LLC). 

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