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how do you print the charts?

  • February 19 2011 - Westampton
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Sorry, the format of the home details pages changed since that post; they are now flash images, just like the "local info" pages.

But you can get a GIF image by pressing the "print" button at the far right of the bar under the main photo.  You can either print the whole page, or press "escape" when it give you the print dialog box, and then right click on the chart, and press "view image" (or save as, and then chose a name for the graph and location on your hard drive".  If you open in a separate browser window, you can print directly just the chart.

If you open the image in a separate window, you can edit the parameters in the URL to get some of the other chart options.

Of course you can still follow the instructions for a flash image on that other thread.

Now, for the "local info" charts, there also is a way to get a GIF image for those as well.

Click on the "embed" button under the title, Choose the image size you want (in pixels), then click on the box with the code to be copied, then ctrl-C to copy, then open Notepad, paste in the code with ctrl-V.  Find the part where it says <img scr="http
etc.

Copy everything after the " all the way up to the next "

Go back to your browser, open a new browser window, and paste in the URL that you had copied.  You can manually edit the height in pixels of the image in the URL.  Press enter.  The graph shows separately as a GIF.  You can print from there, or you can save the image and print from a photo program.

Zillow also has a button for downloading the chart data now too, so you could do that, open the data in Excel, and make your own chart.
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Check out Pasadenan's answer here.
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