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Has anyone tried out the tip found in question Q1411016 in the support

articles (http://support.softwarefx.com/cfxie/)?

It says you can print out the current zoomed in view of the graph using

PrintIt -1,-1

I have tried this, and it just prints out the first page of output I

would get if I used PrintIt 0,0. I used the exact code that was show,

except that I was using JScript rather than VBScript. Any thoughts as

to what gives?

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Stuart Thompson

System Architect - River Scour, Aerial Leak Detection, PRIME, XFIALS

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Has anyone tried out the tip found in question Q1411016 in the support

articles (<A HREF="http://support.softwarefx.com/cfxie/">http://support.softwarefx.com/cfxie/</A>)?

<p>It says you can print out the current zoomed in view of the graph using

<b>PrintIt -1,-1</b>

<br>I have tried this, and it just prints out the first page of output

I would get if I used PrintIt 0,0.  I used the exact code that was

show, except that I was using JScript rather than VBScript.  Any thoughts

as to what gives?

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<br>Stuart Thompson

<br>System Architect - River Scour, Aerial Leak Detection, PRIME, XFIALS

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