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    good morning all,

    need a little help. how can i take all my measured values and
    covert them into a cvs file , so i can use it in an excell spreadsheet.

    thanks

  • #2
    You can get a script from the wilcox site that may work with whatever version you are useing pcdmistoexcel I think it is called
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    • #3
      I use the script from Wilcox web site. It works pretty good. If you know anything about scripts you can tweak it a little to suit your needs. I like to change the decimal places to four instead of three.
      B. Jacobs
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      • #4
        cvs file

        If you have datapage, you can send all your dimensions out to the stats and or Both (report and Stats), pull out of datapage what you want to use and save it as an *.xls file. Excel will open it right up.
        You will need to do a lot of formatting from this point, but if you know how to write excel macro's you can do almost any from this point. I do this all day long. It works great. I use datapage as a collection tool and do everything else in excel formatting w/ macro's.

        Dale
        PCDmis 3.5mr2 CAD++

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        • #5
          Another option might be to export your program as a generic file (File | Export | Generic). Then open the .txt file inside Excel.
          Jared Hess - Techwriter @ WAI
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          • #6
            hi

            i did this very small small tool to help me on my needs.

            http://altino.joao.googlepages.com/simple

            02-07-07

            I did a few changes today in order to get out Electrode DEV in industrial way.
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            Last edited by ALTINO.JOAO; 07-02-2007, 08:43 AM.

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