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How do I save presets to a file?

Since a WIQ file is a snapshot of a complete system at that moment in time, multiple units' presets can be saved to one file. To save two presets of a USM-810: Recall Preset 1 - save it to a file "Project-p1.wiq". Recall Preset 2 - save it to a file "Project-p2.wiq". To reprogram two presets of a USM-810. Open a file - "Project-p1.wiq", engage the file, store Preset 1. Open a file - "Project-p2.wiq", engage the file, store Preset 2.
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