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Posted: 06 Dec 2011, 13:58
How do I get my full weight chart? It shows the past 12 months but I want the whole thing.


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Posted: 06 Dec 2011, 14:20
Good to know, I guess I will print mine before the end of year so that I can have it for reference and as a reminder. I have not been on for a full year yet. Sorry didn't answer your question, but if I find the answer I'll let you know.

Ok, so I went and checked - if you Click "full journal" then maybe you can at least look at the weights all the way back?

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Posted: 18 Dec 2011, 03:49
You know, I had been wondering the same thing myself, but I can't find anything that might let me view a graph over a longer period of time. Very frustrating!

To overcome this, I've taken the full historical weight data and put it into an excel spreadsheet so I can recreate the table myself and therefore view the entire thing.

Since I'm a bit of an excel lover (sad, I know!) I also added in tickers counting down my BMI and what BMI class I'm currently in and a few other things I wanted to track. Works very well for my needs Smile


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