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Channel configuration question

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is there any way to either forward to or open in Microsoft excel or email the channel config other then printing. and is there a way to print out just whats in the visualizer?

 

Thanks

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Yes.  I use excel all the time to validate my config against my drawing layout.  Just ope excel and then open the lcc file. Just answer all the prompts and the excel file will be open.  you can manipulate the file any way you want.  i also use it to see what unused chnls i have or dupes.  then save as an excel file.

 

Dont know about the visualizer, dont use it.

Edited by Dave Batzdorf

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Dave,

Thank you this is huge thanks so much.. 

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and i would think if its a sequence ive imported its gonna list everything from the viz im trying it now and will let you know

  

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No prob.  If you are handle with excel you can do quite a bit with it.  I also use it for my light count.

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3 hours ago, Ralph D said:

and i would think if its a sequence ive imported its gonna list everything from the viz im trying it now and will let you know

  

Actually, the sequence doesn't have any idea the Vis even exists, nor does it store any Vis information. 

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On 2/16/2017 at 4:17 PM, George Simmons said:

Actually, the sequence doesn't have any idea the Vis even exists, nor does it store any Vis information. 

Thanks George and Dave,

 

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Follow up from a 4 year "Newbie".  Once in Excel can you make changes and save it as the config file for the sequence and other sequences? This may help me standardize my channel configs across all of my sequences. 

Thanks for any help.  

 

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