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A_ALY Posted - 05/21/2019 : 08:58:54 AM
Origin Ver. and Service Release (Select Help-->About Origin):
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I am importing a .DTA file and in addition I want to add two more coloumns in the worksheet with formulas. How can I do that using advanced options in Import Wizard? Or is there any other way too ?

I am trying to write a Labtalk code, but it just fails.

Pls help!

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sazokar Posted - 06/11/2019 : 1:38:59 PM
I am trying to write a Labtalk code, but it just fails.
yuki_wu Posted - 05/22/2019 : 10:22:59 PM
Hi Ali,

In Save Filter Page of Import Wizard dialog:
1. Check Save filter checkbox and then check Specify advanced filter options checkbox
2. Click Next button to go to Advanced Options page
3. Copy and paste the script into Script after Each File Imported box.

Hope it helps.

BTW, next time you should post your question in the correct forum according to the topic that your question related to. For example, this question should be at Origin Forum:



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