For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
- Ensure that MultiQuant is closed.
- Open Notepad as an Administrator.
- Open the start menu in Windows and type notepad in the search box
- Right Mouse click on the notepad entry at the top and select ‘Run As Administrator’
- In notepad go to ‘File’ > ‘Open’
- Change the filter at the bottom right to ‘All Files (*.*)’ and then navigate to ‘C:\Program Files\AB SCIEX\MultiQuant <Version Number>\bin’.
- Select ‘MultiQuant.exe.config’ (if you do not have file extensions displayed it will be shown as ‘MultiQuant.exe’ but will have icon. Press open to open the file.
- Once opened the 4th line should read ‘<add key="DebugExcelQueries" value="false" />’. In order to perform query debugging we need to change this value to ‘true’
- Using the text editor exchange the word ‘false’ for ‘true’
- Press ‘File’ > ‘Save’ to save the modified file and then close notepad.
- Open MultiQuant again and Query some data.
- Once the query has completed Press ‘Window Key’ + R or use the Start > Search ‘Run’
- Enter %temp% into the run box and press OK.
- This will take you to your Temp directory where the Query Output files are stored.
- To open them in excel Right Click on one of them and select ‘Open With’
- Select Microsoft Excel from the list of programs (you may need to browse to your MS Office install path and select EXCEL.exe
- Ensure that ‘Always use the selected program to open this kind of file’ is checked and click OK
- Once Excel has opened it will present this message – Click Yes
- You will now be able to view all of the calculations made in the query within the excel file.
- The temp directory will create a ‘QueryOutput’ file for each compound and they will be named <Query Name>.Compound<number>.QueryOutput