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Old April 27th, 2018, 08:42 AM   #6
danny.michael
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You can add a dummy rung in the program you want to copy from, and use one tag from the array on the rung. Doesn't matter what, just one bit will do. Then export the rung. In the program you want to copy to, just import the rung. If the tag already exists, you will need to select "overwrite" from the import dialog. Once the rung is imported, you can delete it. The tag values from the other program will then be in the target program.

I use this method to create tags in a running program. Create the tags in Excel, import into an offline program, use the new tags in a dummy rung (also created in Excel), then export. The exported rung can then be imported into a running program, thus getting around the inability to import tags from a CSV file while the processor is running.
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