Sub-menu of commands for working with clipboard and tables.

  Undo Cancels adjustments in the integration table. This may be used repeatedly as the station remembers all adjustments made to tables from its initial start-up. The history of commands only applies within the framework of the table and each table maintains its own independent list of operations. The command can also be invoked using the Ctrl + Z shortcut.


Changes performed interactively in the chromatogram graph are recorded into the Integration Table on the Integration tab. The history of operations for the Undo function ceases to be accessible after switching to another table. If you wish to return to the given operation, first place the cursor into the area of the graph or switch to the Integration tab and then apply the Undo function.

  Redo Countermands the Undo command which can be invoked repeatedly. The station remembers all modifications made in tables during the last session. The history of commands applies within the framework of the table and table of each signal maintains its own independent list of operations. Commands can also be invoked using the Ctrl + Shift + Z shortcut.
  Cut Removes selected text and stores it in clipboard. The command can also be selected using the Ctrl + X shortcut.
Copy Copies selected text into clipboard. The command can also be selected using the Ctrl + C shortcut.
Paste Copies the clipboard content to the desired location (Ctrl + V).

Paste function automatically inputs the content of the clipboard into the desired fields of tables. If the area is larger than the content, the content will be tiled. You may make use of this characteristic if you wish to insert a larger quantity of identical fields into a table or several periodically repeating fields.

Paste into the Integration Table is prohibited.

  Select All Selects all fields of table. This command can also be selected using the Ctrl + A shortcut.
  Delete All Deletes all deletable fields of the Integration table.
  Delete Deletes selected deletable fields of the Integration table.
  Add User Column…

Adds column as defined by the user.

To access the editation of user columns the user must be authorized to edit methods. See the Edit Method checkbox in the User Accounts dialog.

  Delete User Column… Deletes all user columns.

To delete only some of the user columns use the Setup Columns… command. In the Setup Columns dialog then delete the selected user columns using the Delete button.



If you wish to remove a user column only temporarily, use the Hide Column(s) command (available from the local menu of the table or from the Setup Columns dialog).

  Restore Default Columns…

The command in most tables restores implicit columns, their visibility, order, and width. As no user columns are in default layouts, all user columns are hidden.

The behavior is different in the Summary Table, where using the command loads the current layout of the Result Table and mimics it in the right side of the Summary Table (part defined on the Summary tab of the Summary Columns Setup dialog), however the User Columns available in the Result Table are not recreated and displayed in the Summary Table. The left side of the Summary Table (the part defined on the Common tab of the Summary Columns Setup dialog) loads the default set of visible columns.



By contrast to the Delete User Columns command, user columns are only hidden and not deleted.

  User Variables Sets the user defined analysis and method variables.
  Setup Columns… Sets the appearance of columns. Opens the Summary Columns Setup dialog when in the Summary tab and the Setup Columns dialog when in other tabs.
  Hide Column(s) Hides selected columns.

Select the columns by left clicking the mouse on the column header. Multiple columns can be selected by pressing and holding the Ctrl key.



Hidden columns will not be exported from the Result Table.

  Show Hidden Column(s) Displays columns that have been hidden using the Hide column(s) command or Setup Columns dialog.


When the Show Hidden Columns command is not active and a column is still not visible, it means that a zero width has been set for the given column. To restore the column, use the Restore Default Columns command.