Display functions control the display and processing of graphics pages and objects. You can use these functions to display graphics pages, print them on your printer, send them to a file, or copy them to the Windows Clipboard. You can also display text files on screen.
Note: The properties defined for an object will override any conflicting Cicode Display functions.
You can create and move ANs (animation-point numbers), and obtain runtime information about graphics pages and their associated ANs.