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Jim Kring

Copying the package list to an excel spreadsheet

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When you select Edit>>Copy Package Names or Edit>>Copy All Columns VIPM will copy the package list information to the clipboard as a tab delimited string, which can be pasted into Excel (or anywhere, for that matter).

 

For example, let's create an excel spreadsheet containing all the info of the installed OpenG packages.

 

1) Open VIPM's main UI and set the Package Show Filter listbox to "Installed" and type "openg" into the Quick Search textbox (as shown below).

 

installed_openg.png

 

2) Select Edit>>Copy All Columns in the VIPM menu to copy the entire package list to the clipboard.

 

3) Open Excel, select the first cell (A1) and then select Edit>>Paste in the Excel menu to paste the data into the worksheet.

 

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