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NVivo’s coding stripes – like colored highlighter pens for your project themes – let you see which sections of your project items have been categorized or ‘coded’ at specific topics or ‘nodes’. With NVivo 8 and NVivo 9, coding stripes also allow you to view all of the coding done by particular users in a project, as well as attributes or demographic information (called ‘Classifications’ in NVivo 9) such as gender, age or income, across your coding.
By default, when coding stripes are printed, they will appear on a separate piece of paper after the project item (such as the document or node) that they apply to. However, by adjusting your printer settings, your coding stripes can appear on the same page as the relevant project item. To do this:
Change the number of pages printed per sheet
The print results will depend on your printer settings and the number of coding stripes you have displayed. In addition to the above steps, you can print onto a larger paper size such as A3. To do this:
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