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QUICK REPORTS QRCHART QUESTION

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I have a chart in my program that I want to have printed out how can I use the QRChart component to make this happen or do I need to do something else. Please answer ASAP if possible.
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hi aj85,

You put a TQRChart on the quickreport form.

use chart property to make your chart.

Make a choose how you what to print it : TeePrintMethod.

That's all.
Regards,
Zif.
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Ok, but how do I print that exact same chart do make all the same settings, or is there a way to link the two charts so that what is on the TChart will print on the QRChart?
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You can't do something like this QRChart.Chart := Chart, because the chart property is read-only.
But, I think :
You can change the parentchart of the series to the QRChar I suppose.

 eg. Chart.Series[1].ParentChart := QRChar.

Regards, Zif.
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