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* multi char wildcard, not at start
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Cat? W/5 behavior
(Cat? OR feline) AND traits
Cat AND charact*
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Means are provided for users to select one or more polylines on a polyline chart and smooth only the selected line(s) while leaving other polylines alone.
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Smoothing Lines in a Polyline Chart
Means are provided for users to select one or more polylines on a polyline
chart and smooth only the selected line(s) while leaving other polylines alone.
Business graphics packages provide the user with the capability of creating
polyline charts and smooth line cha It would be desirable to quickly and easily
combine both types of charts.
Using a "SMOOTH" command from a command bar, the user can smooth
one or more selected polylines while leaving the remaining polylines in their
original state. If the chart is recreated at a later date, the previously smoothed
polylines will remain smoothed.