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Managing 4D Chart Documents and Windows

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 Using 4D Chart in a plug-in window
 Using 4D Chart in a 4th Dimension form
 Hiding and showing 4D Chart features
 Creating a new document
 Opening an existing document
 Saving a document
 Setting the document size.

Using 4D Chart in a Plug-in Window

You can use 4D Chart in its own window. When used in its own window, 4D Chart operates as if it were a separate application.
When you open 4D Chart in a plug-in window, the window has its own menu bar. 4th Dimension’s menu bar remains at the top of the screen.

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http://www.webdotdev.com/nvd/database/4d-database/managing-4d-chart-documents-and-windows.html

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