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  1. Tom: That depends on what you are trying to plot. Normally it would be easiest to put the data in a multicurve tab. It would be helpful if you could upload your data for me so I can look at it. Myra
  2. Lexmark P4350 all in one does a great job. It only handles 8 1/2" wide paper and has 1/4" margins so it plots a little narrower than the Epsons, but the log looks great and I haven't found a length it can't handle. Myra
  3. Phillipe: Attached is a zipped excel file showing the tie in at 0' with 0 azimuth and 0 inclination. If you want your log in true tvd not subsea elevations you have to change the the elevation (kb) on your setup page to 0. Otherwise you get subsea elevations in the depth column. This is one place it would be nice to be able to select whether or not you wanted subseas for geological plotting or depths for log presentation. The file shows the inclinations from vertical as they are given in the oilfield. Myra LPDemo.zip
  4. I would love to see insertable text boxes that can be placed anywhere on the log and my old favorite -- a true horizontal log. Myra
  5. Phillippe: I work mostly with horizontal wells. Maybe I can shed some light on your problem. If the tie in point is down hole and you have data above the tie in point, the only thing you can do is to enter a survey point at your uppermost depth, of inclination 0 deg in oil field terminology or -90 in LogPlot terminology and azimuth as 0, then enter the survey information for the tie in point at the correct depth. From there continue entering surveys to TD or wherever you last survey is. If this doesn't make sense I can post an example file for you. Myra Nelson
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