Exporting DCMA 14 point assessment

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Col
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Exporting DCMA 14 point assessment

Post by Col » Thu Jul 16, 2020 12:24 pm

Can the DCMA 14 points (observations) be dumped to a report, that I may tell the contractor what they should be addressing in order the program holds more value?
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Re: Exporting DCMA 14 point assessment

Post by Intaver Support » Thu Jul 16, 2020 1:48 pm

Yes. The quickest way is to run the Diagnostics (Schedule > click Schedule Diagnostics). Select the results of the analysis located in the top pane, right-click and choose Copy.

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Once you have copied the data, you open Excel and paste the data. The copy does not include the headers so you will have to add them along with any other desired formatting.

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