Gary G. Wilson
ggw5 at columbia.edu
Wed Aug 9 20:21:52 EST 2000
Its OK, I managed to work out how to do it by chance with no need to
redo the graphs. For the benefit of anyone else with the same problem,
present or future, all you have to do is close the window with the
graph in it then re-open it by double clicking on it in the workbook.
The graph appears with all intact!
On Wed, 9 Aug 2000, Glen M. Sizemore
> I believe that you will have to redo the graphs. The data will be there but,
> as you say, no data points. You might try importing the files rather than
> opening them.......I can't remember if I tried that. I doubt that that will
> work, though.
> "Gary G. Wilson" <ggw5 at columbia.edu> wrote in message
> news:Pine.GSO.4.10.10008021032320.21737-100000 at konichiwa.cc.columbia.edu...
> > Anyone use Sigmaplot 5? When I try to open Sigmaplot 2.0 files, all I get
> > are the axes, no data points at all. The text is also no longer
> > formatted. Any way to fix it or am I going to have to do a significant
> > amount of work on my old figures to get them back as they were?
> > Gary G Wilson
> > Center for Molecular Recognition
> > Columbia University
Gary G Wilson
Center for Molecular Recognition
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