However I admit that printing is probably the most difficult feature to get working well. You might have more success with saving as an image and printing the image file.

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]]>If you want a point series with points from a function when you can do it this way:

1. Add the function f(x)=2*x

2. Use

3. Copy the coordinates and insert them into a point series.

There actually is a *Search* button at the top of the forum

I think Graph is a great program and I love it. I also think a lot of work must have gone into the creation of it.

I have a question and a suggestion.

Can a function be inserted into a Point Series?

Example

Series 1

X Y

x 2*x

I suggest a search button (if possible) be added to your Support Forum so one can quickly find topics he is concerned about.

Vito Faraci

Could that be done via exporting/importing the coordinates/area to/from an external script?]]>

I am able to shade a polar-function circle centred at the origin (eg r(t)=1). I am also able to construct a relation circle (eg (x-2)^2+(y-2)^2=1) away from the origin, but then Insert Shading is greyed out. How do I shade a circle not centred at (0,0)?

Thanks for any guidance!

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