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I am using CII Ver. 5.1. Is there a way to scale a plot from the input so that the display on the screen will cover the entire page of the print out? When I try to print the plot that is displayed on the screen, I will get a plot that is shrunk to the center of the page.

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What "exact" build of Version 5.10 are you running?

Richard Ay
COADE, Inc.

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(OP)
Rich,

I am using Build 090206

Thanks

RE: Plotting

For some reason "landscape mode" doesn't take the full width of the page.  This is a problem in the "graphics library" that CAESAR II uses.  We'll go back to the vendor and get this resolved.

Printing in "portrait mode" should take the full page.

Richard Ay
COADE, Inc.

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Richard,

Thanks for your response.  Please let me know when it has been resolved.

Thank you

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