Saving Charts to PDF

Features that users would like to see in a future release of iSMARTtrain
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jaimieblagg
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Saving Charts to PDF

Post by jaimieblagg » Wed Oct 01, 2008 11:32 pm

Is there any way of using the save to PDF (Mac print option) to save charts/graphs to PDFs for emailing to coach or just for keeping records.

Thanks
Jaimie

Frank Bowman
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Re: Saving Charts to PDF

Post by Frank Bowman » Fri Oct 03, 2008 7:13 pm

Hi Jaimie.
You can use Utilities/Grab/Capture/Window to snap a picture of the window then reformat it (save [as tiff file - haven't found a way to change this setting], then re-open in Preview by clicking on the saved file, then saving in another format like a low quality JPEG) to be more suitable for emailing. I'd be interested to know if anyone's figured out a simpler way.
Frank.

GravityFuelled
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Re: Saving Charts to PDF

Post by GravityFuelled » Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:15 pm

Hello from a newbie...

I hope I'm not replying with a totally obvious response, but you could do as Frank says, but rather than going to Utilities etc...
Press Shift+apple button+4
Then use the cross hair to select the area you want.

G.

Shorono
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Post by Shorono » Fri Oct 30, 2009 3:32 pm

What about Export to Numbers, Exel and Openoffice

Stuart
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Post by Stuart » Sun Nov 01, 2009 1:26 pm

Shorono wrote:What about Export to Numbers, Exel and Openoffice


If you just want the numbers (as opposed to the iSMARTtrain-generated graphics), just copy-and-paste from the 'Data Table' window.

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Stuart
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Shorono
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Re: Saving Charts to PDF

Post by Shorono » Sun Nov 01, 2009 5:14 pm

I was thinking about the mac application numbers. (From iWork)

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