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This should be simple but I haven't figured it out. I have been able to download points from my gps unit and get the points to show up in the right location. But I don't know how to print the image. How do I do this? Can I put the image on a PDF to print it?

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We're going to need more information in order to help you. What have you tried so far? What software are you using to view your GPS points? – Fezter Apr 8 '13 at 3:53
If you just want to show a printed version of what is on the screen, you can just do a screen capture and put it into MS Paint to crop out the right part. – BradHards Apr 8 '13 at 4:32
what softwares do you have installed in your computer? – A.R Apr 8 '13 at 7:15

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