Printing and exporting grid and text output
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Printing, saving and exporting grid output.
With an output grid showing simply choose File: Print, and the Print Preview dialog will be activated:
The Thumbnail view is useful when you have zoomed in to view a portion of the print; it shows which portion of the page is displayed:
Click and drag on the red box to show a different portion of the page, or click/drag the square at the bottom right hand corner of the red box to zoom in or out further:
(You can also click and drag the main preview page to move it around).
When you switch from Colour to Greyscale view using the Colour/greyscale button, the panel at the bottom of the page allows you to alter the brightness and contrast of the greyscale print:
This panel disappears again when you switch back to a colour print.
2. Saving a grid as an image.
To save the grid as an image, click 'Save Tiff' on the Print Preview dialog; it will be saved as a .tif image, with multiple pages if necessary.
3. Exporting a grid.
You can save any of the grids in a variety of file formats. To save the results to a file choose File: Export and select the format you want from the dialogue box. You will be able to save the text as a comma delimited file (*.csv), ASCII text file (*.txt), Excel file (*.xls) or HTML:
Output grids can also be copied to the clipboard using Edit: Copy or Ctrl-C on your keyboard.
Printing, saving and exporting text output.
1. Printing text output.
Text output can be printed in exactly the same way as the plots and grids; click File: Print to open up the Print Preview dialog, which is explained above.
2. Saving text output.
Text output such as Twinspan Text, DECORANA Computations, Reciprocal Averaging Computations or the Significance Tests in Discriminant Analysis can saved as a Rich Text (rtf) file, which is openable in most word processors. Click File: Export, and choose the file name and location to save the .rtf.
3. Saving text output as an image.
To save the text output as an image, click 'Save Tiff' on the Print Preview dialog; it will be saved as a .tif image, with multiple pages if necessary.