WinDaq Add-on ID
Menu Name Appeared under WinDaq->View->Add-ons
This Windaq add-on provides a live link
between Windaq and OpenOffice.org's Calc by eavesdropping on the
data stream in DATAQ's WinDaq
acquisition software . Due to its low
popularity, OpenOffice Calc is normally installed as a hidden add-on.
Please use Windaq
Add-on Manager to add it to Windaq's menu if you wish to invoke it
from WinDaq Acquisition Software's add-on menu
VB source codes
are included to demonstrate how to write a VB program
to export data to OpenOffice.Calc directly If you wish to convert the
program to Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition (VBX2008), check
Single click sends data directly from Windaq
OpenOffice.org Calc spread sheet
Channel number is a 0-based index to Windaq's
scanlist. For example, if Windaq has channel 3,4,6,7 enabled, one can
enter 0 for channel 3, 1 for channel 4, 2 for channel 6 and 3 for
If data should be entered by events from keyboard, timer or remote
storage control, please check out
Time stamp optional
To Use WinDaq Add-ons
Confirm WinDaq 3.16 or higher is installed on your
Install WinDaq add-ons.
Start WinDaq, and you will find the WinDaq add-ons
integrated into Windaq->View->Add-ons menu (see the screen
Intelligent Channel Selection: Highlight/Select a
channel in WinDaq and fire up the WinDaq add-on you wish, and the
WinDaq add-on will use the selected channel as its default channel.
If channel index number is required for a WinDaq
add-on, please enter the 0-based index to Windaq's scanlist. For
example, if WinDaq has channel 3,4,6,7 enabled, one can enter 0 for
channel 3, 1 for channel 4, 2 for channel 6 and 3 for channel 7.
Do not change WinDaq's configurations while
WinDaq add-ons are running, or some add-ons may terminate.
Last update: 02/28/22