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Hi Valerie and Stefan,
Before we could simply copy each column as a picture and paste into Word
right? So this is not possible any more?
What about using DocumentMaker program? Is it still possible to drag-drop
of columns into DocumentMaker or FileMaker Pro?
Thanks!
maria

> Hi Valerie,
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> Thank you very much for your detailed instruction.
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> Method 1 does not work  for me  -
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> If I choose in Word �Insert a Picture from a File�  - I do not get the
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> Method 2 works of course � smile �
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> Just wanted to be sure that there is no easy way to get a number of lanes
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> Von: SignWriting List: Read and Write Sign Languages
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] Im Auftrag von Valerie Sutton
> Gesendet: Samstag, 9. Juni 2012 15:51
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> Betreff: Re: how to print documents horizontal writing
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> SignWriting List
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> June 9, 2012
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> Hello Stefan!
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> Nice to hear from you.
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> I believe you must chosen the SVG Refinement formatting for the document?
> SVG is unique! It is not like other graphics formats, such as .PNG or
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> Yesterday I discussed this issue with Steve. Right now there are really
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> To get each line of horizontal SignWriting, or each vertical column of
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> 1. Create the SVG document in CloumnMaker.
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> 2. Right-click and choose to Print Frame.
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> 3. Create a PDF of the frame, instead of printing.
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> 4. In Microsoft Word, choose the Insert a Picture from a File. Insert the
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> METHOD 2
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> 1. Create the SVG document in CloumnMaker.
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> 2. Take a screen capture of the SignWriting.
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> 3. The screen capture creates a PNG or JPG for you.
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> 4. In Microsoft Word, choose the Insert a Picture from a File.
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> Both methods work for me -
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> Try inserting a PDF as a graphics file in Microsoft Word -
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> Val ;-)
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> On Jun 9, 2012, at 4:24 AM, Stefan W�hrmann wrote:
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> Hi Steve, hi Valerie... listmembers,
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> I  try to understand the procedure to write documents horizontal ... with
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> Once I got the translation I go to column maker und recreate the document
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> Customize ....
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> In the end I get for example 6 lanes which I would like to print in a word
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> I know that I could print lane by lane in a PDF
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> ..mh .. is there any other practical alternative?
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> Thanks for your support.
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