- User guide for Floating Licences
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- What are the System Requirements?
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- Why the X?
- Why can't I get code updates?
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- What is a profile?
- Which bits of my document are EA and which are not?
- How do I add more than one Section?
- My elements aren't in the right order!
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- What's the difference between an Extension and a Renewal?
- Instance Classifier
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- How to become a billionaire
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- Colour your Knowledge
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- The Unread Document
- My elements are in the wrong order!
- Borders around EA diagrams
- Structuring your Document
- The EA Underground Map
- How eaDocX uses your model to create intelligent documents
- Printing diagrams with eaDocX
- Including linked documents
- Producing a RACI report
- eaDocX 3.5 Beta
- Organisational licence launched
- "eaDocX is Magic"
- London User group event - last chance to be there
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- EAUserGroup news - Past, Present and Future
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- European EA User Group meeting May 2013 report
- A Perfect Match
- How to Convince your Boss
- Blinking into the sunlight...
- Introduction to eaDocX Training Materials
- Approved Enterprise Architect Add-In
- We've written eaDocX - so you don't have to
- Category: Blog Articles
You can always spot an EA diagram in a document: they have a border around them, with a little extra title box in the top left-hard corner - the one with the flattened corner.
Ever wondered how to get rid of the border in an eaDocX document?
(and also when copying it with the clipboard to any other application)? Look no more!
In EA -Tools - Options - Diagram - Diagram Frame, just un-check the 'On Clipboard Images' to stop the border from appearing.
A word of warning for eaDocX users: if you have empty diagrams which get pulled into an eaDocX document, and the border is switched-off, you'll just get some mysterious whitespace, with a figure number below it. For more information on excluding diagrams, see the Help.