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GregM

I've seen a few solutions to this which I"m struggling to get going - it would be nice it it was build into the Arduino interface.

PaulS

There are other serial monitor applications that have this ability. I don't think most users would need this.

The primary purpose of the serial monitor is to debug sketches, not to be a data collector. If you need a data collector, you are using the wrong tool.

kf2qd

Hyperterminal has this capability and shouldn't be to hard to get, if it didn't come already installed.

If not - You can Highlight Text in the Monitor window and Paste it into Wordpad and save it from there.

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