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    Is there a trick to using the screen capture to report option in ver 4.1? I keep trying to have it capture the snapshot if the part with the inspection points but each time I get something a little different. One time I get half the part, the next time the whole thing. One time it will be centered and another time it will be way to the left or right. Any thoughts??

    Thanks in advance for any input...
    PCDmis v4.1 CAD++
    Micro Xcel PFx

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  • #2
    Setup the view as you want it. Insert>report command>create viewset.Now recall viewset.Operations>Graphic display window>Screen capture to>report

    Good luck!
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    • #3
      Originally posted by slesholdofthreep View Post
      Setup the view as you want it. Insert>report command>create viewset.Now recall viewset.Operations>Graphic display window>Screen capture to>report

      Good luck!
      This is good advice.
      If you don't do this then your screen captures will change whenever you alter your CAD view. That is why you are getting the variable screenshots.
      Lately, it occurs to me
      What a long, strange trip it's been.

      2017 R1 (Offline programming)

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      • #4
        FYI I've noticed that PCDMIN gets flaky if I type in the commands in the edit window to create a viewset or send the scrn cap to report. Use the menu's in this instance.
        Last edited by slesholdofthreep; 08-01-2007, 04:01 PM. Reason: clarity
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        • #5
          Eyt guys I'm running 3.7 mr3, with global 575 and ph10m with dwg(cad), and didn't work.

          Does anybody can help me??

          Thanks in advance..
          B&S
          Global-image.
          3.7mr3

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