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Analysis Help
Maintenance: Erase-W.F.

This selection allows you to delete any waveform in the current run, whether it was captured as part of the original run, or created later by means of the Blanking, Differentiate, Filter, Gen.-trigger, Link-W.F. or Make-W.F. operations. It also deletes waveform parameters, so it can be used to remove a virtual waveform link, set up in the waveform parameters of a non-existant waveform. You will be prompted for the waveform number of the waveform to be deleted.


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