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  1. Customize your WinSPC launch using command line switchesCustomize your WinSPC launch using command line switches [Article]
    Command-line switches may be used to launch WinSPC or when accessing WinSPC via OLE Automation. The...r when accessing WinSPC via OLE Automation. These commands allow you to program a

  2. How can I print or preview a report in WinSPC?How can I print or preview a report in WinSPC? [Article]
    There are many different ways in WinSPC to print or preview standard Reports Books and Report Templates: Administrator Tree's Right Click Menu Print Reports Button

  3. Can I generate a WinSPC report using command line options?Can I generate a WinSPC report using command line options? [Article]
    Yes. A WinSPC Report Book can be executed by Command Line Switch (CLS). The output of these reports can be either in PDF or HTML format. Furthermore, using CLS options, you can leverag

  4. Can I use a batch file to generate WinSPC reports?Can I use a batch file to generate WinSPC reports? [Article]
    You can use batch files in conjunction with Command Line Switches to generate a single report, or even multiple reports, one after the other. Please see the following knowledgebase art

  5. How do I use the Equation Builder and Table function?How do I use the Equation Builder and Table function? [Article]
    The Equation Builder is WinSPC's tool for creating equations. Equations are sometimes used to calculate values, limits and targets for a varia

  6. How do I setup an ODBC device to pull from multiple fields in my database?How do I setup an ODBC device to pull from multiple fields in my database? [Article]
    In WinSPC 8.0 or later, you can use a single ODBC (database) device to collect data from multiple fields in your database and store those values into separate variables. The configuration of the

  7. What kind of information can I put into an Email Trigger for Data Collection?What kind of information can I put into an Email Trigger for Data Collection? [Article]
    You can have WinSPC send an email which will send a message containing relevant and useful information as a result of any Control Test violation, such as an out of control condition.

  8. How do I create, setup and use a blueprint in WinSPC?How do I create, setup and use a blueprint in WinSPC? [Article]
    Introduction A Blueprint is a pi

  9. How do I use the Sensitivity Analysis tab in the Variable Analyzer?How do I use the Sensitivity Analysis tab in the Variable Analyzer? [Article]
    The Sensitivity Analysis tab offers additional information which aids in the interpretation of control charts. This

  10. How do I read the Goodness of Fit tab and Distribution Analysis tab in the Variable Analyzer?How do I read the Goodness of Fit tab and Distribution Analysis tab in the Varia... [Article]
    The Goodness of Fit tab within the Variable Analyzer compares a Variable’s data distribution with industry-sta

  11. What is the WinSPC Remote Directory, and where do I find it?What is the WinSPC Remote Directory, and where do I find it? [Article]
    What is the WinSPC Remote Directory? In most WinSPC installations, the WinSPC Remote Directory (sometimes called the Network Directory) is

  12. How to move a WinSPC database from one SQL Server to another (manual migration process)How to move a WinSPC database from one SQL Server to another (manual migration p... [Article]
    WinSPC has a built-in utility to migrate a WinSPC database from one database server to another. The migration utility will copy the data to the new database, enter a notation into the ol

  13. What is the difference between 'Control Limits', 'Calculated Control Limits' and 'Historical Control Limits'?What is the difference between 'Control Limits', 'Calculated Cont... [Article]
    Introduction: The chart component within Variable Analyzer, Attribute Analyzer, Dashboards and Standard Reports allow for many different visualizations of your data, most o

  14. Matching External Data Source Readings with Collection Plan StepsMatching External Data Source Readings with Collection Plan Steps [Article]
    Readings from an external data source must, in the end, be matched with the appropriate step in a collection plan.

  15. How do I import a Report Template, Data Set or Dashboard?How do I import a Report Template, Data Set or Dashboard? [Article]
    Report Templates, Data Sets and Dashboards can be exported to copy them from one WinSPC system to another. This allows you to share these exportable objects with other WinSPC users, as well as do

  16. How do I configure a WinSPC Navigator button to open a webpage?How do I configure a WinSPC Navigator button to open a webpage? [Article]
    Each collection plan in WinSPC allows an administrator to link up to four documents to a series of buttons that are accessible in the Navigator screen and during data collection. To setup a

  17. How do I set a default Chart Scheme for the Variable Analyzer, Attribute Analyzer, Dashboards and Reports for a User or User Group?How do I set a default Chart Scheme for the Variable Analyzer, Attribute Analyze... [Article]
    Introduction:

  18. How do I move the remote directory?How do I move the remote directory? [Article]
    The WinSPC remote directory is a network share that stores common files us

  19. What is the difference between subgroup size, subrange size, and sample size?What is the difference between subgroup size, subrange size, and sample size? [Article]
    Subgroup Size/Subrange Size: The term subgroup size applies to a variable characteristic and controls how many samples (also called data val

  20. How do I setup and use a Text File device?How do I setup and use a Text File device? [Article]
    WinSPC has the ability to parse and read data into variables from various text files layouts (including comma separate variable (CSV)

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