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Seagate Info 7.5 - Select Expert

Seagate Info 7.5 - Select Expert

Seagate Info 7.5 - Select Expert

(OP)
Sorry if this is a stupid question or not the correct place to ask but.......

I have used an older version of Seagate Info (ver 5 I think) and used the "select Expert" function while viewing reports.
In version 5 I could view a report, select a field and with a right mouse click bring up a "select expert" window with the field highlighted that I was currently looking at (if that makes sense ??)
In version 7.5 this option is not available when you right mouse click but it is a menu option. But when you choose the menu option the select expert does not retain the field information that you were wanting to "select" on.

Is this something that I am doing wrong or has this been removed from version 7.5??

Thanks

SH

RE: Seagate Info 7.5 - Select Expert

(OP)
Any ideas anyone???

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