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Old 12-24-2009, 02:07 PM   #1
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Anyone know how to do that?

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Old 12-24-2009, 02:15 PM   #2
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If you are working with Excel 97 or higher, I believe you have the availability to save your workbook as a PDF file. (Maybe some of the earlier versions do that too... I don't know.)

This forum accepts PDF attachments if they are not too big. (100.0 kb is the limit)

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For what purpose. To display the graph save it as a picture and post that. Or use a snapshot program or print to screen and save it.
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For what purpose. To display the graph save it as a picture and post that. Or use a snapshot program or print to screen and save it.
I'll try the print screen option.
How do I save a graph within a spreadsheet as a picture?
I'm still getting used to this IMac.
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Windows 7 has a snipping tool, just type snipping tool in your search box that comes up on the start menu.

Edit: Vista also has this option, just checked on my daughters computer.

This thread explains how to do it.

faster way to post a "snip" - windows 7
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He just said he is using a mac. I use a product called snagit. Very good for capturing images or sections of a screen. Usually need it to get pieces from a PDF file.
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