Hold down the "Control" key, then click each of the two nodes of interest.I have a graph for a 240vac power supply at 50hz. Is it possible to plot the zero voltage line on to the graph? The graph is of course peaking at 336v and -336v. Then it will be easier to see the zero crossing voltage on the graph.
Yes that is it. I have found a way to do it. I put the cross marker on the 0v and right click. Up comes a choice for line tracer. click that and down the bottom you put in 0v.hi d,
Do you mean something like this plot.?
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