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Still...there is even an easier way...with the online chart viewer. Opens any us chart right in your web browser and gives you one click access to any chart.
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Thanks Cam

Thanks Cam...I went to bookmark it and was told..."Page already exists in favorites want to overwrite it"...I guess you have to have a brain to remember what the brain has in it...

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just printed out 3-4 charts i wanted for my area on my plotter. they come out really nice. thanks again.

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Thanks for the resource. Do you think I could take a file to Kinkos and have it printed there?
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There's a firm policy at Kinkos preventing copyright data from being copied. But these are Print-On-Demand charts, so there shouldn't be a problem.

But, I would guess that a full size reproduction would exceed the 20.00 cost of buying the orignial chart as published and printed in DC., especially from Kinkos - which is very overpriced and not water resistant. There are DIY printers there, but the largest format I believe is 11 x 17, not big enough for nav purposes.

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If you know anyone with an Epson 4000 series printer, you can print the charts 20x24 or so. There are larger format printers, but they're usually industrial. I've got access, through my cousin, to an Epson that does 60" wide prints... but that'd be overkill.

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I can't seem to open any chart---all I get is a little square in on the upper left hand side of the screen with a red X in it --- I downloaded 'Photomud' but still no results-- any help would be appreciated
First, press F5 to reload the page completely.

Maybe your browser doesn't support .png? If that's the case, you can right-click on the link, select "Save Target As..." or "Save Link As...", then open the file from your hard drive.

Let me know if that doesn't work.


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Thanks Bob---That worked!!

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I have successfully down loaded a chart to my pc and I can open it using the MS picture manager. But I can't print it. I get a message saying that there is not enough memory. I can't download any software (work PC), so I can't go that way. Is there any way to break up the Chart into printable sized pieces using Adobe or something like that?
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Copy the images to a thumbdrive and then get them to a computer that has Irfanview on it. Should be able to print it into bite-sized chunks with Irfanview IIRC.

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