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ExportingGraphPaper40

Page history last edited by Mike May, S.J. 8 years, 11 months ago

Exporting a nice GeoGebra graph template

for use in a test or handout.

 

One of the nice features of GeoGebra is that it lets us create nice graphics and export them for use in Word or our other favorite word processor.

 

We start with a blank GeoGebra window.

 

Use the Move tool to line up the graph window.

 

 

Select Graphics from the Options Menu.

 

Select the Grid tab, make the color black (better for printers), click the Show Grid box, Select the Distance box, set the grid distance to 1, and click the Apply button.

Select close. We now have nice graph paper.

 

From the menu bar, select the file menu, then “Export”, then “Graphics View as Picture”.

(You can also export to the clipboard if you wish.)

 

Choose the file type. (I like png.)

 

 

Put the file where you can find it.

Add the file to your favorite word document.

 

 

We can use the same method to export graph paper with objects and notes.

 

If we set the grid to polar coordinates, we can easily do polar graphs as well.

 

 

 

 

Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 license, Mike May, S.J. maymk@slu.edu

 

 

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