"Save spreadsheet file" should enable you to do this.
Are you trying to load the .ss file on a different machine
than the one you saved it with? If not, this could be a
bug in the SpreadSheet. Take a look at the .ss file (it
should be readable as plain text), and see if anything
At 11:33 AM 7/2/2003, you wrote:
>Is there a way to save the current mappings in a spreadsheet cell and open
>up the saved copy later? I've tried using "Setup", "save spreadsheet file"
>and saving it as a .ss file. But when I try to load it, it says "the source
>could not be converted to a Visad spreadsheet file."
>I also tried clicking on the floppy disk icon and saving the highlighted
>cell as a .gif and .bmp but when I open that, there are completely different
>mappings set up in the mapping dialog. Plus, I don't want to just save a
>picture of the data in the cell. I'm trying to save the actual mappings.
>Does Visad have this capability?
>Michelle Kam (408) 742-2881
>Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co. SSM/ATC/MSIS
>1111 Lockheed Martin Way, Sunnyvale, CA 94089