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Subtracting blank and then saving

Question asked by dkconner on Mar 21, 2019
Latest reply on Jul 28, 2020 by mr.hbar


I am doing some configurations of my sample runs and want to be able to have the blank subtracted. I understand how to subtract the blank but how can I then save the resulting chromatogram? Ideally, I think, I would like to be able to subtract the blank, save the resulting chromatogram and then do the calibration and reprocessing with that chromatogram. Is that possible? I haven't found anything that tells me how to do that.