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Date/Time: Mon, 22 Apr 2019 07:07:26 +0000

[User Discussion] - convert the spreadsheet

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[2019-04-15 20:19:44]
User14686603 - Posts: 6
how to convert the spreadsheet to the new version from scwbf file to scss file
[2019-04-15 21:25:57]
tomgilb - Posts: 2152
Old Spreadsheets (scwbf) are only supported in versions 1310 and earlier. Only New Spreadsheets (scss) are supported in versions later than 1310.
You might want to install another instance of Sierra Chart for New Spreadsheets, so that you also have a version that will open Old Spreadsheets.

You can copy/paste the scwbf (or both the chartbook that uses the scwbf and the scwbf file) from the Old Spreadsheet version's \Data folder to the New Spreadsheet version's \Data folder before conversion.

Open the scwbf (or chartbook that uses the scwbf) in a newer version of SierraChart, and it will attempt to automatically convert it to scss.
The scwbf will be retained.

However, if the scwbf is complex, or has functionality that is no longer supported, you might need to tweak a few things, or in some cases, a lot of things.
[2019-04-15 22:03:30]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 71060
Privately attach the file you want to convert here and we will do this for you.
Sierra Chart Support - Engineering Level

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[2019-04-19 11:37:08]
User14686603 - Posts: 6
please convert these files
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2019-04-19 11:38:55
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[2019-04-19 11:37:08]
User14686603 - Posts: 6
please convert these files
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2019-04-19 11:38:28
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