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On Nov 13, 2005, at 11:24 PM, Mark Johnson wrote:

If there is a less-klunky way, I would like to know.
Try a combination of setting the X and Y scales so the chart comes out with the proportions close to what you need. Then trim it out by changing the proportions of the picture by grabbing the corner handle and scaling it until it's the size you want.

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