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Convert Labview 9.0 vi file to 7.1 vi file

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Hi,

 

Can anyone convert the file from labview 9.0 version to labview 7.1.

 

File attached as attachment. 

 

Thanks in advance

Venu 

 

 

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Hi all,

   Saved it back to version 8.0, but when I tried to open it in 8.0 to save it back to 7.1 apparently I don't have the DAQmx stuff on my machine for that version. If anyone has 8.0 to do the last conversion....

Putnam
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Currently using LV 2012-LabVIEW 2018, RT8.5


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VI converted to 7.1 attached.

Alex Person
NI-RIO Product Support Engineer
National Instruments
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Thanks a lottt for the help guys
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Can you please convert the file which is in version 9.0 to version Labview 7.1? 

 

I have attached the file.

 

Thanks in advance

 

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It looks like the other file you are working on it.  It would be easier to take that one and make the modifications based on this screen shot.
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Shouldn't you mark A Person's post as the solution rather than marking your thank you post as the solution. At least give th eperson who solved your problem the credit for it.


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I am very sorry.

 

I am a new user to the forums and could see only kudos and problem solved smilies not a thank you.

 

I would be very happy to know how to give credit to a person?

 

Thanks,

Venu 

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Mark "A Person's" post as the solution, not your own. I have never had to mark a post as a solution since I have generally been answering questions rather than ask them so I am not sure of the specifics needed to change your marked solution.


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Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald - Gordon Lightfoot
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Go to the Options menu to the upper right of the post that is incorrectly marked as the solution.  Click the option "Unmark as solution".  Now go to the message that you want to mark, either mark it as the solution through its option menu, or click the Green Solution icon next to that message.
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