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How do I save an inverted image of the display on a DS1000Z scope (to save on ink)?

Last Updated: Jan 13, 2016 03:59PM PST
The DS1000Z series of oscilloscopes feature a Quick Print key that enables single-touch storage of the displayed image to a USB memory stick. 
  

If you plan on printing the image, the normal black background may consume too much ink. 
In this FAQ, we are going to show you how to configure the scope to save an inverted black-and-white image.  

1.    Insert a USB memory stick into the front USB slot on the instrument.  The drive should be formatted as FAT32.  
 
2.    Press UTILITY (Page 1/3) > DOWN ARROW (Page 2/3) > and select PRINT SET 
 
 
3.    Set PALETTE to Gray Scale 



4.    Press the Down Arrow (Page 2/2) > Set INVERT to ON 
 
 
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