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We're trying to implement using the chartfx dll (ver 5.1). We have an

interface to MS Word which we'd like to modify to paste a chart created with

the chartfx dll and 'exported' to the clipboard for pasting into word. This

works but the pasted image is always the same size and when enlarged very

granular. Is there a way of setting the width/height dimension in the dll

before copying to clipboard, or do I need to create a picture object with

the right dimensions in the word document and assign to it. If the latter,

will the image be OK (ie not granular)?

tia

Paul

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The size of the exported image will be the same as the size of the chart

window, you need to call the CreateWnd method and set the size (using

Standard Window API calls) to the desired size before exporting.

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"Paul Fell" <paul@max-geoservices.com.au> wrote in message

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> We're trying to implement using the chartfx dll (ver 5.1). We have an

> interface to MS Word which we'd like to modify to paste a chart created

with

> the chartfx dll and 'exported' to the clipboard for pasting into word.

This

> works but the pasted image is always the same size and when enlarged very

> granular. Is there a way of setting the width/height dimension in the dll

> before copying to clipboard, or do I need to create a picture object with

> the right dimensions in the word document and assign to it. If the latter,

> will the image be OK (ie not granular)?

>

> tia

> Paul

>

>

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