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Did you need any special settings to make it print? I'm using a HP4700 color laser printer which usually does an excellent job, but all I'm getting from it is the graph - the formulas just print a bunch of dashes of varying length.
Works for me, I created in both One Note and Word. I don;t have a printer but printed to XPS and also saved to HTML. The HMLT did not have the equation, I believe you have to download the MathML True Type fonts for this to work. Do a search on MathML True Type Fonts. The XPS can be printed once it has been created. Another nice things is that you can rename the XPS as a zip and extract the 3D or 2D XAML from the Meta-Data.
I have included a strange quantum wave form with a hole in it in 3D to demonstrate the XPS and HTML. But to get around the equation not showing up, just copy and pass the equation as text into your document, it will the show up as can be seen in my HTML example:
Great stuff! It took me about 2 minutes to figure out how to make a page with an integral equation, solve it, then add a graph. But it won't print...
I suppose you could screenshot it and then cut just the section with the bit you want to print and paste it into a new document, at least then they should print because they would just be images Although, it seems a very long way round of printing them off
I was just giving you a hard time. If you want some fair game I bought a Garmin 695 and have only used it a dozen times and have decided I don't use it enough to pay the $900 a year for updates (I thought it was more like $100 when I bought it) so I have a 3 grand rechargeable brick in my office.
(I will still use it but it isn't legal for navigation so I have to supplement it with paper charts )
If you were a pro / really rich you'd pay a caddy to do all those things for you. Granted your skills of club selection might waste away but it's probably more likely that you'd learn from the suggestions the skycaddy made and make better choices in future if left to your own devices.
Just to be thorough, I'll quote, from memory, the master himself... St. George (Carlin)...
"Golf... is hitting a ball with a crooked stick... and then... walking after it. And then... hitting it again! I say you're lucky you found the %@#&ing thing! Pick it up, put it in your pocket, and take it home. You're a winner! You're a winner! But no... dork-o in the plaid knickers is going to hit it again and walk some more.
Let these @#%&$*@(ers play miniature golf! Let 'em #%&( with a windmill for an hour and a half... See if there's any skill among them..."
I'm helping a local organization to find some software that would easily create a monthly calendar of events for their monthly newsletter. They currently use Word and hate it because it always screws up the alignment when they're editing the event text. Export to PDF is the "one" requirement.
Now, there's a plethora of these things out there, and they all look snazzy but they all look over-featured, and who knows about the actual usability.
So, fellow CPians, any recommendations to help me separate the wheat from the chaff?
I use google calendar + remember the milk to great effect.
I tried remember the milk. I couldn't stand the UI. Totally unintuitive, IMO.
Google Calendar might be OK, except this is for a monthly newsletter. Not sure how well that'll work, but I'll investigate.
I don't think Google Calendar will work--we need to be able to export the calendar in a "events of the month" format to be published on paper or emailed to the group members, many of which don't have computer access. [/edit]
that is good
but when we put bluetooth in usb windows install that driver and when we drop out from
usb the software of that is exist and after that we run program represent bluetooth
but must not represent
i following this
Real men don't use instructions. They are only the manufacturers opinion on how to put the thing together.
I think he is saying that when a bluetooth device is inserted into the machine, it installs the drivers, but when he dis-connects it doesn't unload the driver, so why is it when he re-inserts the device, the machine loads the driver again, rather than looking for the driver that was loaded on first use.
I will never again mention that I was the poster of the One Millionth Lounge Post, nor that it was complete drivel. Dalek Dave
Jack and Jill went up the hill,
Both with a buck and a quarter.
Jill came down with $2.50...
That lousy whore...
.45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly ----- "Why don't you tie a kerosene-soaked rag around your ankles so the ants won't climb up and eat your candy ass..." - Dale Earnhardt, 1997 ----- "The staggering layers of obscenity in your statement make it a work of art on so many levels." - J. Jystad, 2001
Just got me one of these babies[^]: can't wait to get out and try it: been using a friends when he doesn't play and it makes a big difference to your game. No more guessing at the distance or walking it out from the last yardage marker and all completely within the rules of the game. Of course it does mean that I'll probably play like a complete donkey but what the hell: at least I'll have technology on my side!
"If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur." Red Adair. nils illegitimus carborundum