2-Pic Report:The 2-Pic report means that you can have two images on one sheet of paper. Meaning, that if you found 100 leaks for this report and you attached a photo for each one of these leaks, you will have 50 printed sheets. Now, the trick is knowing where to place an image within DMS to have this report work correctly.
In order for this report to work, you will need to attach the image to the “historical record.” The historical record will be the place within your route that has your date and time stamp. Highlight the historical record and then go into your image tab and click on “attach," (this is if you've taken the images with a digital camera.) The software will then ask you where to find the image that you want to attach. You will do this for each leak that you find within your group. Once you finish, you can then go into your report tab and create your 2-Pic report. It's important to note that if you have an Ultraprobe 15,000 and you take images with the unit they will already be attached to the historical record.4-Pic Report:
The 4-Pic Report means that you can have, you guessed it, four images on one page. This is for the individual point that is within your group. If for example, we were doing this for bearings, we would have this report for one particular bearing. You would attach the images like you would for your 2-Pic report except, instead of attaching the image to the historical record, you would attach the images to the point level or in this case the bearing name. There are no restrictions on how many images you can attach to the point. If we have 10 images attached to one point and we create a 4-Pic report, we would have to choose just 4 images to print on your report.