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Davina511 message #1
February 27, 2017 at 9:50:21 AM
Is there anyway to print the actual graph boxes on top of a picture?

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Re: Graph
February 28, 2017 at 4:44:44 AM  (in response to Davina511 message #1)

Welcome!  Smile

I'm not sure what you mean.  If you're referring to outputting a graph superimposed over a picture, you can technically do something close to that by choosing the "colors only" option in #7 under "Pdf;" however, if you're using an image with anything more than a few distinct colors, you won't be able to tell which color is with, since the computer can discern many different colors where the human eye can only tell a few of them apart.

This is why we recommend going with "symbols only" or "both colors and symbols" unless your image has only a few distinct colors.

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