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How to get a "Report" from 2000ivs?

How to get a "Report" from 2000ivs?

How to get a "Report" from 2000ivs?

Is there a way for a beginner such as myself in MATWorX 3.61 to get something like a Report of all the program setting for our many 2000ivs to compare the way they were programmed?

The NEC Report Generator only looks for a local .mdb database file.  And I don’t even think the “Backup” option saves the information in this format.

Thanks guys

RE: How to get a "Report" from 2000ivs?

Use NEAX 2000 IVS CLIPBOARD feature.

RE: How to get a "Report" from 2000ivs?

Sorry to reply to your answer with another question NEAX however...  The NEAX 2000 IVS CLIPBOARD feature, is that part of the MATWorX package?

RE: How to get a "Report" from 2000ivs?

Under Tools you should see a Command Listup+

Also clipboard is part of MatworX with Options, it is normally not included in the regular versions of Matworx.
Check your CD and see if it says "With Options" or "With Tools", I can't remember the exact verbage.

RE: How to get a "Report" from 2000ivs?

Got it thanks, now all I have to do is figure it out. It doesn't look too complicated though, and it does look like what I'm looking for.  Thanks again guys for all your answers.  I may not know much yet... but I know just where to come to get the answers!  Have a good weekend Gentleman.

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