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Old 06-26-2020, 04:10 PM   #1
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Any way to print reports out of FIDO "Full view" screen

The reports are pretty good in the FIDO full view (Holdings Detail and Net Worth), but I can't figure out how to download or print them.

Has anyone done this?
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Old 06-26-2020, 05:26 PM   #2
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I'm not a Fido guy, but when I want something that is on a screen I simply hit the "Print Screen" key, then I open up Irfanview and paste (ctrl-v). You get a jpg that you can print or save. If you really need the info you can OCR the jpg too.

https://www.irfanview.com/ Free, and really good.
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Hmm...I never really explored the Full View feature but it looks like I can just use my browser print function (Microsoft edge/Win 10), select landscape mode and it seems to work fine.
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Out of Firefox I just use the Open menu (three lines at the upper RH corner of the screen) and select PRINT. I set it to something like 85%. It is not perfect, and I lose a bit of the fine print off the bottom, but it works. It seems like a logical feature for them to have an export function, but nothing that I could find.
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It will screen print but cuts off the right edge. The tip about landscape or 85% will probably do it. Hadn't thought of either of those.

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Old 06-27-2020, 07:11 AM   #6
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F11 key will put most browsers into full screen mode. That might help too.
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If you're using FireFox there is an extension called Fireshot. I use it to capture long pages, and it has a PDF option, even in free version. I don't have Fidelity or I would run a test for you.

To be clear, this is like a screen capture, so you don't get a text readable PDF.
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Well, I couldn't get any of these methods to work, so I cut and pasted from the report screen into google sheets. It worked fine and the data pasted into the correct columns, etc. So I recommend this method if trying to print from Fullview. Excel would likely work this way as well.
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Google "Snipping Tool". PCs have it built in. You can save screenshots of anything on your screen.
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