Place a graph in Advanced Graphing

I have tried to place graphs in the Advanced Graphing area of the simulations, but even though the settings are the same as a simulation, nothing I do seem to give me access to that "place graph here" box. I've tried .png's, screenshots, etc. I'm definitely missing something here and I think this type of presentation would be a great option.

Anyone have a step by step for someone that is not as computer savvy as she'd like to be? I've been reading the intro and first chapters of the text today so I'll be better prepared for my students on Tuesday, but I didn't find this in any of the documentation.

Thanks for ideas, Carol

by strongc
August 23, 2020
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Answer by hevans

Hi strongc. This video tutorial covers how to move a trace to a new graph https://youtu.be/VL7AYPbENNw It's shown about 1 minute into the video.

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by hevans
August 24, 2020
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