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Automating processes with DIAdem scripts (VBI).

Automating processes with DIAdem scripts (VBI).

Automating processes with DIAdem scripts (VBI).

There doesn't seem to be a separate forum for DIAdem, so I thought I would ask this here. I have found a couple of online videos showing that the VB recorder can be used to automate processes, but it doesn't work for what I'm trying to do.

I've got some background in programming, but it was a looooong time ago (in a galaxy far far away, no wait...) and only in BASIC, and fortran.

I try to get the macro recorder to copy a section from an accelerometer plot (say, 0 - 30 sec) using the band select, copy. All I get is the following line:

View.Sheets("Sheet 0").Cursor.Type = "Band"

It doesn't record the actual section that I'm copying or actions. Is anyone aware of an online tutorial, or know what command to use to select the start/end points and copy them into new files (which is how DIAdem does it)? I have a lot of files I need to break/copy at the same points, and it would probably take a week doing it manually.


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