This Multi Table functionality will give the users the ability to print multiple data tables from Ple4Win. A selection of data rows, the print order and the print layout of each individual table can also be specified.
There are 2 different ways to activate this functionality:
|➢||Select from menu File > Print > Tables...|
|➢||Click on (the arrow next to) the 'Multi Table' button and select 'Print...'|
'Multi Table: Print' screen will be opened. This functionality consists of 3 steps. However, it is not necessary to go through all the steps. The first step is sufficient to print multiple tables. Default settings will be used for the remaining steps.
A general working procedure about the tab Selection can be found in section Multi Table Selection.
In the Print mode, all available tables can be selected to be printed. Output/Result tables are available only if the concerning design function has been successfully processed. If empty tables are hidden (checkbox 'Show Empty tables' is not selected), design functions having only empty tables are disabled (grey).
Legend of the used icons in the Print mode is shown below.
Click Next to specify the print options or click on the Print button to print the selected table(s) immediately.
Load Multi Table Definition
A general working procedure about loading a definition can be found in Multi Table Definition.
The following settings will be loaded into the 'Multi Table: Print' dialog screen depending on the selected definition type:
A general working procedure about the tab Option can be found in section Multi Table Option.
Click Next to specify the print order or click Previous to add or remove table(s) to be printed. To print the selected table(s) immediately, just click on the Print button.
A general working procedure about the tab Layout can be found in section Multi Table Layout.
Save the Current Multi Table Definition
A general working procedure about saving a definition can be found in Multi Table Definition.
Settings that will be saved in the 'Multi Table: Print' definition are:
Last changed: 14/09/2016