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    Where do I go to find out how PCDMIS should be installed? I get different ideas depending on who I ask. It is my understanding that PCDMIS is a memory hog. So how much memory do I need what file paths do i need to operate with, etc? If I just make copies of all my program files and run them on the same drive that holds PCDMIS won't that eliminate a lot of communication problems. I believe that just making backups of all my files is the best use of the network. This company has one CMM so I don't see the need for running programs from a network.
    Thank yo for any rsponse
    David Kick

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    Hodeman is the Man!

    P.S. Welcome to the forum! Click on "Man" it is a hot link to a thread that covers this.
    Last edited by Wes Cisco; 05-11-2007, 11:21 AM. Reason: post script for the new guy.
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    • #3
      Many Thanks

      This is a good place to start. This will be the first time I have been involved in untangling a PCDMis instalation. There is a lot of chances for screwing this up. Wish me luck.
      David Kick

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      • #4
        Originally posted by David Kick View Post
        This is a good place to start. This will be the first time I have been involved in untangling a PCDMis instalation. There is a lot of chances for screwing this up. Wish me luck.
        David Kick
        Good Luck! ! ! Just follow Matt's advice and you should be fine. Oh yeah, and whatever you do, don't let your IT person get involved! hahahahahahahaha
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        • #5
          Thank you.
          This will be on my head from now on. The rest of the company will rely on me to make PCDMIS work the way it should. I am looking forward to being able to keep up with latest technology. Another ability that would be helpful would be to upload information in Excel spreadsheet format.
          David Kick

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          • #6
            You can output results to excel spreadsheets. There have been many discussions about how to do that on this forum. I don't do it myself, so I can only point you in the right direction. There is a search button near the top of the forum, you might try that or you might try starting a new thread with the subject "export to excel" or something like that, then scroll to the very bottom of the window and you will see that the forum automaticly generates a list of similar threads. In general you can learn a lot about this software just by reading various posts on this board. You can also laugh a lot if you are not narrowminded. HTH
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            • #7
              Thank you Wes. I have been laughing since I started to use this bulletin board.
              Some people should all be on valium.
              David Kick

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Wes Cisco View Post
                You can also laugh a lot if you are not narrowminded. HTH
                First time I read that, I thought you said "if you are narrowminded". ROLFMAOAMBSDASTNUWP

                Originally posted by David Kick View Post
                Thank you Wes. I have been laughing since I started to use this bulletin board.
                Some people should all be on valium.
                David Kick
                David,

                The Wilcox site has a script that sends data to Excel. I don't have the link handy, but as Wes said, if you look here you will find it.
                All Wes's advice is sound, except whenhe starts about whiskey being better than beer. But what does he know, he is from Texas.

                John

                DOH! This thread may have what you want!
                Last edited by John Kingston; 05-11-2007, 11:14 PM.
                When in doubt, post code. A second set of eyes might see something you missed.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by John Kingston View Post
                  First time I read that, I thought you said "if you are narrowminded". ROLFMAOAMBSDASTNUWP



                  David,

                  The Wilcox site has a script that sends data to Excel. I don't have the link handy, but as Wes said, if you look here you will find it.
                  All Wes's advice is sound, except whenhe starts about whiskey being better than beer. But what does he know, he is from Texas.

                  John

                  DOH! This thread may have what you want!
                  John,
                  Did you mean ROTFLMAO??? I do not recall saying Whiskey is better than beer, only that it is better than most things and deserves recognition. I like beer, but I like the Water of Life better, so with all the praise of beer I occasionly throw in a good word for Whiskey. I only bash bad beer, not all beer.

                  So I took some guesses, here they are:


                  Really
                  Only
                  Laughing
                  From
                  My
                  Armpit
                  Or
                  Any
                  Musty
                  Bodypart
                  Suitably
                  Disgusting
                  And
                  Salty
                  Tasting
                  Not
                  Unlike
                  Werewolf
                  Pubescence





                  Really
                  Only
                  Laughing
                  For
                  My
                  Acronym
                  Obviously
                  Amateur
                  Malarky
                  But
                  Still
                  Doggedly
                  Attempting
                  Silliness
                  To
                  Numb
                  Uncontrollable
                  Wild
                  Perversions




                  Rolling
                  On
                  Linoleum
                  Floor
                  Mucus
                  All
                  Over
                  Anything
                  My
                  Breath
                  Sprayed
                  Drool
                  Aplenty
                  Starting
                  To
                  Neutralize
                  Unwanted
                  Whitecollar
                  Pretensions


                  ************************************************** *****************************

                  Rolling
                  On
                  The
                  Floor
                  Laughing
                  My
                  Azz
                  Off
                  And
                  Making
                  Barking
                  Sounds
                  Dangerously
                  Approaching
                  Spontaneous
                  Therapeutic
                  Nasty
                  Uncomfortable
                  Wrestling
                  Poses


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                  • #10
                    That was Friday night. Not a clue what I was thinking. Something like:
                    Rolling
                    On
                    The
                    Floor
                    Laughing
                    My
                    ***
                    Of
                    At
                    My
                    Big
                    Stupid
                    Dumb
                    ***
                    S
                    T

                    Not
                    Understanding
                    Wes'
                    Post
                    When in doubt, post code. A second set of eyes might see something you missed.
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