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I am using Chart FX in Visual C++.  I am trying to print only the portion

of a zoomed XY chart that is being displayed. My understanding is that the

following code is supposed to acomplish this:

ChartFX1->PrintIt(-1, -1);

When I do this, what gets printed is a segment of the chart that begins at

the beginning of the x-axis -- not the part of the chart being displayed.

Do you have any ideas about where I'm going wrong?

Thanks,

Steve Werkema

Fermi National Accelerator Lab

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I've been fighting this bug for over two years.

Tried myriad suggestions from Tech Support.

The last communication I received in April said:

> This issue will be handled by the developers to fix in a coming service pack.

> Unfortunately I do not know the time schedule for the fix.

Good luck,

Bill Pfeifer

"Steven Werkema" <sjdpkw@earthlink.net> wrote in message news:mqq8TmWSCHA.2192@webserver1.softwarefx.com...

> I am using Chart FX in Visual C++. I am trying to print only the portion

> of a zoomed XY chart that is being displayed. My understanding is that the

> following code is supposed to acomplish this:

> ChartFX1->PrintIt(-1, -1);

>

> When I do this, what gets printed is a segment of the chart that begins at

> the beginning of the x-axis -- not the part of the chart being displayed.

>

> Do you have any ideas about where I'm going wrong?

>

> Thanks,

> Steve Werkema

> Fermi National Accelerator Lab

>

>

>

>

>

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