Today I am writing an report after an load test with Denamik LoadGen. With the data we have captured with the load test we have created graphs.
These graphs are important for the report because a picture says more than a thousand words. With the graphs we visualize the information we are delivering about the performance of the network environment of customer .
When I insert an graph in the document I notice that the graph is only partly visible. Only the bottom part of the graph is visible.
At first I checked if the partly visible image was only a bug in the Word 2010 editor. This would mean that the image is fully displayed in the ‘Print Preview’. But this was not the case. I did some research about the problem and I found the solution.
Within the Home ribbon in Word 2010 we expand the Paragraph group.
Within the Paragraph window we alter the value for ‘Line spacing’, from ‘Exactly’…..
to ‘At least’
Now the graph is completely visible within the Word 2010 document.
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