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Old 12-08-2010, 10:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Reports: Carbs, Fat, Protein: Week Total Pie Chart

Hi, I am currently doing an assignment from school and I have question. I am trying to do a copy and paste job of a pie chart for a total week worth under Reports->Carbs, Fat, and Protein. I can only seem to bring up a pie chart for one day. Is there any way I can bring up one pie chart that summarizes the week total? Thanks!
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Old 12-08-2010, 11:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Pie Charts

Yep!
Go to your Reports tab. The first link at the left should be Calories Eaten Pie Chart. Once it goes to the pie chart, you can select the length of time duration; one, two weeks, a month or two months.

Now I'm not sure if you can select the chart, and paste it into a report. If not, just grab the info and make your own chart using Excel.

Good luck!
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Yep!
Go to your Reports tab. The first link at the left should be Calories Eaten Pie Chart. Once it goes to the pie chart, you can select the length of time duration; one, two weeks, a month or two months.

Now I'm not sure if you can select the chart, and paste it into a report. If not, just grab the info and make your own chart using Excel.

Good luck!


Is this correct? For a weeks worth, the numbers seem kind of low?
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Old 12-09-2010, 12:22 AM   #4 (permalink)
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This is your average daily values per week.
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I have a problem doing this myself. How did you post it up? Boy I feel dumb asking such a simple question. lol
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I have been trying too!

Did it work?

ETA: Nope!
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I did it on my laptop once but can't figure out how on my desktop.
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Is this correct? For a weeks worth, the numbers seem kind of low?

This is a screen capture, likely done with the Snip App in Windows 7 (or Vista). You can also use the PrintScrn button in XP (and I forget the procedure on OS/X, but there is one).

This particular image is hosted on Photobucket.com and linked here with the [img] tags. I don't think there is a way to directly link FitDay images to forum posts.

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This is a screen capture, likely done with the Snip App in Windows 7 (or Vista). You can also use the PrintScrn button in XP (and I forget the procedure on OS/X, but there is one).

This particular image is hosted on Photobucket.com and linked here with the [img] tags. I don't think there is a way to directly link FitDay images to forum posts.

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yeah for some reason my print screen doesn't work on my desktop, it does on my laptop.
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yeah for some reason my print screen doesn't work on my desktop, it does on my laptop.
With XP? That is odd. You are pasting (or attempting to paste) the PrintScrn capture into Paint, I assume. The new Snip tool is so much nicer!
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