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Using Pictures from the Internet in RFFlow
  Any picture you find at a Web site can be moved into RFFlow and added to your chart or to a stencil. If you are going to publish your chart or dispense it widely, you should check to see if the picture you are importing has a copyright and ask permission to use it.
Users of Microsoft Internet Explorer
  1. Find the picture you want on the Internet and right-click on it.
  2. Click Copy.
  3. Switch to RFFlow and click Edit, Paste. The picture will show up in the upper left corner of RFFlow. Drag the picture to its destination position.
  4. If you plan to use the picture often, you should put it into an RFFlow stencil. To do this, replace step 3 above with step 5 below.
  5. Click the The More Shapes Button button.
  6. Click on the box with the plus sign Clipboard Contentsto expand this category.
  7. Click on Bitmap.
  8. Drag the picture from the upper right corner of the Stencils and Shapes dialog box to your stencil on the left.
Making the Current Stencils the Default Stencils
  1. To make the current stencils the default stencils for new charts, click the word Stencils in the main menu of RFFlow.
  2. Then click Make the Current Stencils the Default Stencils for new Charts.
  3.  Now when you run RFFlow or start a new chart, these stencils will be displayed.
Users of Netscape Navigator
  1. Find the picture you want on the Web and right-click on it.
  2. Select Save Image As....
  3. In the dialog box that appears, write down the folder where you are saving the file and the filename. The folder is listed beside the words Save in: and the filename is to the right of the words Filename:.
  4. After the file has been downloaded, run Microsoft Paint. To run Paint, click on the Windows Start button, Programs or All Programs, Accessories, and Paint.
  5. Open the file you downloaded in Paint. It may end in .gif, .jpg, or .jpeg so you may have to click on the drop-down list box to the right of the words Display files of type:.
  6. Once the picture is opened in Paint, click Edit, Select All.
  7. Next click Edit, Copy.
  8. Switch to RFFlow and click Edit, Paste. The picture will show up in the upper left corner of RFFlow. Drag the picture to its destination position.
  9. If you plan to use the picture often, you should put it into an RFFlow stencil. To do this, replace step 8 above with step 11 below.
  10. Click on the The More Shapes Button button.
  11. Click on the box with the plus sign Clipboard Contentsto expand this category.
  12. Click on Bitmap.
  13. Drag the picture from the upper right corner of the Stencils and Shapes dialog box to your stencil on the left.
If you have any problems or questions, call us at 970-663-5767 or send e-mail to help@rff.com
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