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Yes, you can do it.
Take the required measurements (primaries + white) with both the spectro and colorimeter.
On the spectro sheet select "Reference" on the top right checkbox.
Switch to the colorimeter sheet, go to "Advanced" --> "Meter Correction file" --> "Create using Existing Reference Measures".
This will let you save the correction to a file for later use, this way you won't have to bring out the spectro to redo a panel.


I just tried that and the only option is to save the corrections as a *.thc file.

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That's a correction you can apply to your meter when you start HCFR.

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