Lab Report page within Case Study report

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Catherine
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Lab Report page within Case Study report

Postby Catherine » Thu Dec 15, 2016 11:07 am

Hi ADI software forum!
For some of our experiments the lab report page appears at the end of the case study report, so they are submitted together as one report (e.g. Muscle Function). In order to make the lab report page, I have used "copy" and "paste alias" to bring the panels and Q&A boxes onto the page. Is there a way I can take that whole report page and place it at the end of the case study report page, without having to use "copy" and "paste alias" for each item again? It seems I can't paste from the lab report page, I have to take from each individual page?
Thanks for you help.
Kind regards,
Catherine.

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tbroughton
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Re: Lab Report page within Case Study report

Postby tbroughton » Fri Dec 16, 2016 2:08 pm

Hi Catherine,

In terms of needing to grab individual items from different pages onto a single page, it's a case of copying and pasting the individual components onto your new page.

However you can copy and paste multiple elements from one single page to another by either:

- Clicking and holding on an empty space and dragging to select multiple panels next to each-other
- Holding the Ctrl key continuously and then clicking panels to select them (this lets you cherry-pick them)
- Pressing Ctrl + A to select ALL panels on the page

Then, go to Edit at the top of the Page and click 'Copy'

Then, go to the Page you want to Paste the Panels and go to Edit and click 'Paste'

(This should Paste Alias where relevant)

I hope that helps.
Tom Broughton
Education Support Specialist | ADInstruments Europe

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Re: Lab Report page within Case Study report

Postby Catherine » Mon Dec 19, 2016 11:17 am

Thanks Tom. That's great.


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