Creating and Using Charts

Creating and Using Charts
, Creating and Using Charts

Section 3

About this Document

Document Navigation

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Previous Page Alt-p or
Next Page Alt-n or
Up one level of the breadcrumb hierarchy Alt-u

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Finding Information

This document includes a Table of Contents, Glossary / Index and Google search on each page. You must be connected to the Internet in order to be able to use the Google search, and you can select whether to search VideoRay's online document library only (the default) or the Internet.

Document Conventions

Several symbols are used throughout this documentation to add emphasis and to assist in relocating important information. The following table describes these symbols and their uses.

The Highlight icon is used to indicate that a section of text can be highlighted. Clicking on the icon will reload the page with the text highlighted. This may be useful for printing a page with highlights or to send someone a link to a page with specific text highlighted when they open the page. Try it here - click on this highlight icon.
The Danger icon is used to indicate there is a potential risk of personal injury or death. Extra care should be taken to understand the risks, and all personnel should exercise caution. It may also be appropriate to warn others in the immediate vicinity.
The Caution icon is used to indicate there is a potential risk of damage to the equipment or surrounding property. Personnel should receive training in the appropriate procedures before attempting to operate or maintain the equipment.
The Do Not icon is used to indicate that an action or activity should NOT be performed.
The Note icon is used to highlight a specific detail or point of information.
The Tip icon is used to highlight a suggestion or recommendation.
The Manual Cross Reference icon is used to link to reference material elsewhere in this document or in an external resource. To view the reference, click on the Manual Cross Reference icon.
The Play Video icon is used to link to a video about the topic. To view the video, click on the Play Video icon.
The Hand icon is used to indicate an interactive element of the page. When you hover your mouse over the Hand icon, an image on the page will change to reflect the information in the text immediately prior to the hand icon. Try it here - hover your mouse over the following text and Hand icon to turn the Hand icon to the left blue: Interactive Text .

Document Customization - My_Notes

This document has been developed to allow local online versions to be customized using the My_Notes feature. Users can add their own notes to each page. See the Customizing this Document page for more information about how to customize this document.

Beyond this Document

There is no substitute for experience and/or training, especially with respect to the real purpose for which you plan to use this equipment. We encourage you to explore options beyond the scope of these materials to expand your knowledge and skills necessary to support your applications. In addition to this documentation, VideoRay offers training and technical support and hosts a general user discussion forum and user image gallery.

We also realize that collectively, users of our products spend considerably more time operating our systems than we do ourselves. Users also encounter more diverse operating environments across an extremely broad range of applications. We highly value this vast experience base, and invite and encourage you to share your experiences and suggestions with us. Please feel free to contact us by any of the methods listed below.

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