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RustyCas

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What is the best way to simply get a list of the machines in a given database?  I know there must be a simple way to do it, but darned if I can find it.


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That's the one. (or CTRL+S).  If you then click the "save as" icon next to the printer icon you can save to a text file which you can then open in Excel.  Follow the steps and select where the columns begin and end and save as Excel format.

I use this quite a bit.  Have also done so with the bearing listing.  Click search when all fields are blank and the listing shows all the bearings in the CSI bearing database.  Follow the steps above and you will have all the bearings in an Excel sheet. And then you have tons more search options available compared to searching in Freqcal.

And of course you can use the Excel sheet independently from CSI. rgds.
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Thanks!  It's always good to know people smarter than I am.


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