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Hi All,
How do I post a LARGE circuit image? My schematic is too big for a screen print, and Electro-Tech won't allow me to upload a Circuit Maker file. Is there some other way? Thanks.
 

Nigel Goodwin

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captainkirksdog said:
Hi All,
How do I post a LARGE circuit image? My schematic is too big for a screen print, and Electro-Tech won't allow me to upload a Circuit Maker file. Is there some other way? Thanks.

You could attach it as a ZIP file, which would also make the file smaller.

But uploading a Circuit Maker file would restrict it to those few members who have Circuit Maker - surely any decent program will let you export the circuit as a grahic file?.
 

plot

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does the entire circuit fit on one screen? if so, take a screenshot of your desktop (prntscrn button on your keyboard), and paste it into MS Paint (or whatever paint software you use), save it as a .PNG, or .JPG file for good compression, then try uploading it.

Or -- if you already have an image of the circuit, load it into MSPaint and goto Save As, and save it as a .PNG or .JPG.
 

Styx

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download ghostscript and just print the schematic to a file (*.prn) and open it in ghostwriter and convert it to pdf that way all can read
 
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