Hello Sean -
You might know this already... Usually, UCINet output can be obtained as UCInet binary file, which means that you can bring the output into the spreadsheet (included in the UCINet). For example, once you obtained centrality measures, UCINet spits a text output into the OUTPUT window. But, at the bottom, it usually says specific files are stored with specific names. They, which are the same as the OUTPUT, can be brought into spreadsheet. Then, make selection, copy, and paste in the ordinary spreadsheet program (such as Excel). After that, you can do whatever you want with it.
For example, at the bottom of your output; you might find:
Output matrix of geodesic counts saved as dataset GeodesicsCount
The GeodescsCout can be brought into spreadsheet.
ps. In UNIX environments or with good text editors, you can replace spaces between words (or numbers) into a tab; copy them; and paste into a spreadsheet program. (Tabs are recognized as columns in spreadsheet programs).
ps2. Of course visual outputs, you just report them as they are with proportional fonts (such as courrier) -- CONCOR division output, for example.
Thanks! and good luck!
> I am wondering what the best way is of moving/exporting UCINET outputs into
> a more friendly format...I.e. Word etc...or even Excel with all columns