Quoting Mark Hall <[log in to unmask]>:
> I can generate the spider diagrams beautifully; unfortunately my printer at
> home has a Cannon
> printer and screen dumping doesn't work (the program is set for HP and
> printers). The situation at work is
> even worse---the program doesn't run under Win2000.
Try to fake a HP or Epson printer in your Windows, maybe that works.
> You can save the file as a *.PIC file. So far, I have yet
> to get the format open with Lotus, Adobe, QuickTime, an internet browser.
Strange, .pic is native to Lotus, but that was long ago. You could try to open
the .pic file in MS Word. I'm afraid you have to import it into a drawing
program and redraw it manually, which gives the nicest looking pictures anyway.
> Any suggestion for low-cost software to do spider diagrams?
Not exactly low-cost, but you may have it anyway: try Excel. I create a picture
in Excel, export it as a bitmap and use the Canvas 3.5 drawing program (better
and more easy to use than newer versions) to redraw it.
Good luck, Martijn Moree