TSCI.pngGraph MS Word Export

8004.png The Stream Graph to MS Word or Save RTF File button is used to generate files for use with Microsoft Word.

When multiple graphs are present, the data for all of the graphs are written just as in the on-screen image. If you are interested in the data for only one of the plots, you should first double click that plot so that it is the only graph present. In that instance, only the graph of interest is written. You can also use the selection feature to have a subset of plots written.


There are two options:

RTF File
Stream to MS Word

The RTF File option will write a Rich Text Format file to disk containing the current graph(s). This file can be directly opened by MS Word and many other applications. Metafiles are written into RTF files with frames. To remove a frame within MS Word, double click anywhere on the shaded frame and choose "Remove Frame".

The Stream to MS Word file creates a connection to Word, opening it if necessary, and streaming the graph as a metafile into it. This is convenient if you want to stream many different graphs in succession into a Word document.


If there is multiple content available, you will have the option of choosing which content to use.


There are five options:

Landscape Text
Landscape Graphs

Maximize Size of Graphs
Insert Page Breaks

Save After Each Stream Inserted

If there is text content, you have the option of having that text on a Landscape orientation page. This may be useful if there are many columns in the information.

For graphs, the option of a Landscape orientation means a single graph per page if the Maximize Size of Graphs is checked. If this is not checked, Portrait orientation graphs will be used, and these will plot two per page with the Maximize Size of Graphs checked.

If Maximize Size of Graphs is not checked, the graphs will appear in proportion to their size on screen.

If Insert Page Breaks is checked, a page break is inserted at the end of the object.

The Save After Each Stream Inserted saves the MS Word file after the insertion of each stream.