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Attachmate Version 14

Attachmate Version 14

Attachmate Version 14

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Hi,

I use HP Reflections that automatically sends data strings to the screen logging from the bottom to the top. Is there a way to export the last row of screen data then send it to excel A1..then delete A1's old data if new data comes to last row of screen. I appreciate any help...Thank you

RE: Attachmate Version 14

Hi,

Your Attachmate terminal emulator exchanges data between your mainframe and emulator.

Don't understand what you mean by, "send it to excel A1..then delete A1's old data if new data comes to last row of screen."

If you write some data to A1, then the old data is no longer in A1??? No ifs about it!

Just don't understand what you're trying to do. Please be clear, concise and complete.

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