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When I use PortraitA4 for layout, it seems to zoom everything onto 1 page for reports. What should I use to get my charts and data to report to 2 or more pages? I prefer to have first page show what is shown under PortraitA4 and then have Color/CIE information on the 2nd page.
 

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CalMAN has two modes of report generation fixed and scaled. By default anything you print will be scaled to fit on a single page. You can add a tag in the layout to say it is fixed so that you can span multiple pages.


The tag is Orientation="Landscape" or Orientation="Portrait" it goes into the first line of the layout xml as:

 

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CalMAN has two modes of report generation fixed and scaled. By default anything you print will be scaled to fit on a single page. You can add a tag in the layout to say it is fixed so that you can span multiple pages.


The tag is Orientation="Landscape" or Orientation="Portrait" it goes into the first line of the layout xml as:

so it should be something like:


and I add x="fixed" somewhere in the line? what is the term to use for x?
 

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Originally Posted by jkcheng122 /forum/post/18129544


so it should be something like:


and I add x="fixed" somewhere in the line? what is the term to use for x?



You need to add Orientation="Landscape" or Orientation="Portrait" to the above line. Like:

Orientation="Landscape" Height="1100" Width="850" LeftMargin="50" RightMargin="50" TopMargin="50" BottomMargin="50" DisregardBlackout="True">


or

Orientation="Portrait" Height="1100" Width="850" LeftMargin="50" RightMargin="50" TopMargin="50" BottomMargin="50" DisregardBlackout="True">
 

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You need to add Orientation="Landscape" or Orientation="Portrait" to the above line. Like:

Orientation="Landscape" Height="1100" Width="850" LeftMargin="50" RightMargin="50" TopMargin="50" BottomMargin="50" DisregardBlackout="True">


or

Orientation="Portrait" Height="1100" Width="850" LeftMargin="50" RightMargin="50" TopMargin="50" BottomMargin="50" DisregardBlackout="True">

Thanks, will give it a go.
 

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Originally Posted by derekjsmith /forum/post/18130027




You need to add Orientation="Landscape" or Orientation="Portrait" to the above line. Like:

Orientation="Landscape" Height="1100" Width="850" LeftMargin="50" RightMargin="50" TopMargin="50" BottomMargin="50" DisregardBlackout="True">


or

Orientation="Portrait" Height="1100" Width="850" LeftMargin="50" RightMargin="50" TopMargin="50" BottomMargin="50" DisregardBlackout="True">

Got it working beautifully, thank you very much for the advice.
 
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