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|Print a graphic screen|
Message #1 Posted by Tal on 21 July 1999, 7:43 a.m.
I would like to know how could I print a graphic screen from HP48GX? The problem is that when I move to the i/o menu and choose print screen the screen changes to alpha-numeric and the printing is different. Thank you very much, Best regards, Tal. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Re: Print a graphic screen|
Message #2 Posted by Joe P on 21 July 1999, 10:47 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Tal
The HP48's are designed to allow you to print a screen using either the infrared printer or the serial port. You must make the correct flag settings before printing:
Infrared Clear Flag -34 (Printing Device)
Clear Flag -38 (Add line feeds)
Serial Clear Flag -33 (I/O Device)
Set Flag -34
Clear Flag -38
When ready to print, press and hold the ON key and then press the 1 key. Release the keys and wait for the output. This is described in Chapter 27 of the Users manual.
Note: 1) Which version of the infrared printer do you have.
2) The link kit includes software to capture the
screen to a PC.
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