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Old   March 24, 2001, 22:02
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J. Weiler
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This is kind of a fundamental question, but does anyone know of a way to export graphical images (graphs, contour plots, etc.) from Fluent into viewable, color images. There are no imaging programs or Microsoft Office programs installed on our workstations, and I have been attempting to export them (via my Clipboard) into Paint. However, up to this point, all I have gotten is low-quality black and white images. I'm open to just about any suggestion.
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Old   March 28, 2001, 04:23
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I use to save graphics in Postscript files (File -> Hardcopy -> Postscript) which then can be viewed by ghostscript or ghostview - gnu software, installed almost everywhere. If you have Tecplot 8 installed on a workstation or PC, you can export your data in Tecplot format (File -> Export -> Tecplot) or just load you *cas and *dat files in Fluent Data Loader Hope this helps.

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