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allan nathan
2019-07-23 15:37:49

Hi,how do you change the name of a symbol and merge the old symbol data with the new??

WTW changed to WW



2019-07-30 07:37:59


Best Answer
There is no direct way to do this. This can be done only using the script tool.
Easiest way is to delete WTW, add and download data for WW.

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