Instructions

Create and Print **Logarithmic** Grid Paper Sheets and Overhead Slides.

The most distinguishing characteristic about **Logarithmic Grid Paper with the Grid Locked Square ** is that the grid along both axes is logarithmic and they exhibit square grids such that they are proportional along the **Y**, Vertical, and **X**, Horizontal axes. When the grids are locked to be square, the second cycle and log-base settings are ignored and the “Lock” setting determines which axis the grid configuration is assigned. I.E., if the "Lock" is set horizontally, then the setting are applied to the horizontal axis and the vertical axis will have equal proportions to the horizontal axis with additional or fewer grid lines filling out its length.

For help see step by step **Instructions Below** or click here for a Grid Paper Overview

The most distinguishing characteristic about **Logarithmic Grid Paper** is that the grid along both axes is logarithmic. There are additional adjustments that can be made with this type graphing sheet. Cycles can be either locked together such that they form a square grid or can be selected independently from each other. Additionally the log-base can be chosen independently for each axis when choosing independent cycles. If the grids are locked to be square, the secondary cycle and log-base settings are ignored.

For help see step by step **Instructions Below** or click here for a Grid Paper Overview