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If I want to draw an exact sequence diagram it will be like seven or eight page wide and can't print it out. How do you guys handle this situation ? Should I
1. just draw out those significant objects that consist of the main framework of the flow so that other "trivial" or helper clas objects will be be in the picture and thus it can be put in a page.
2. still draw everything, but use some sort of printing skills to print it out.
I want to know:
A. what kind of printing option can I use to print the whole thing out ?
B. If I can only use normal size page to print then is using my choice (1) (only draw significant ones) a reasonable and common choice ?
Thanks,
Ian
 
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Hi,
What CASE tool do you use?
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