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Location: Tennessee USA

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I am a newbie to this site and I downloaded SleepyHead yesterday at the advice of several great people who are helping answer my many questions. I had trouble today getting my data off the SD card. I'm sure it was operator error as I am not the most computer literate person. I finally did something right, although I am not sure what I did so I anticipate issues again tomorrow. I was able to print a report in SleepyHead but it is basically a report of graphs. Is there a way to print specific areas, such as the reports section or the details or events without the graphs?
11-21-2013 12:24 PM
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RE: Report Printing using SleepyHead Software
Hmm, I've never attempted to print the reports out of SleepyHead. Usually we (personally or the forum members) just look/analyze the graphic data.


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11-21-2013 04:11 PM
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RE: Report Printing using SleepyHead Software
Donna, I agree with PollCat, I mainly look at the data on the screen and I do mine once a week, there is not much use doing it everyday unless you have real issues. I have just printed my reports to show a friend who has just started CPAP and if I print the Stastics, Daily and Overview tabs that gives me almost everything.
11-21-2013 05:06 PM
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Clay L Offline

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RE: Report Printing using SleepyHead Software
I print my reports for my sleep doctor and my wifes reports for her.
Sleepyhead prints the page you are looking at. If you are viewing the Statistics page it prints that or the Overview page if that is what you are viewing.
11-23-2013 06:08 PM
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Donna Offline

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Post: #5
RE: Report Printing using SleepyHead Software
Hi Clay. Thanks for the info. I'll give it a try. I was trying to figure out a way to print the little small sections in the left and right margins of SleepyHead, like the reports section on the right lower section, etc.

I see you are a full time RV'er. We own an RV and travel quiet a bit; however, I am not yet ready to give up my house and hit the road full time. But, I'm coming around. We will be traveling most of the winter this year. Do you find it difficult to manage your OSA while on the road?
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