The Plot Selection Panel allows you to select a plot from a single- or multi-plot window for printing. In addition, you have some control over the appearance of the printed plot. Once you have made a selection, the printer control panel will be invoked, where you can select between different paper formats, override color settings, and select the destination of the plot (i.e., a printer or a postscript file).
Explanation of Fields and Buttons:
|Print Analysis Plot:||If checked, UltraScan will select the upper plot in the dual-plot window for printing, which is the plot for the data analysis.|
|Print Experimental Data Plot:||If checked, UltraScan will select the lower plot in the dual-plot window for printing, which is the plot for the experimental data.|
|Print in Black & White:||Some dataplots provide a facility to print the plot in true black and white for maximum contrast on a black and white printer. For plots that do not generate black and white graph images, you can achieve a similar effect by checking "Print in Greyscale" on the printer control panel. (Examples: data plot, edited data plot)|
|Print in Color:||Print the plot image in color as it appears on screen, suitable for postscript files or color printers. Keep in mind that the plot background will be printed exactly as shown on screen, so you may also want to select "Print inverse Colors" (see below) to change a black background to white. (Examples: data plot, edited data plot)|
|Print inverse Colors:||If checked, the printer engine will reverse the colors to an inverse setting, changing light colors to dark colors and vice-versa. This option is always selected if you select black and white printing. (Examples: data plot, edited data plot, data plot in grayscale, edited data plot in grayscale)|
|Continue||Click here to continue and close this dialog.|
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