Yes, actually I am heading to Excel, however, I would use everything based on command line to produce the summary (Excel file or csv) file with the graph. So, basically within command line, it would not be possible to do importing the graphs?
Another question about summary, could you please give me the sample of command line that using project (xprj) and (/px)? I created a project name called: Tranpose.xprj and the Export name called: Tranpose. Will it be like this?
Thank you for your suggestion.
The graph is just a graphical representation of the selected figures and as far as I am aware the only method of placing a Monarch graph in Excel is to cut and paste it as a graphic. Excel's graphing capabilities are, as you might expect, somewhat more comprehensive than Monarch's.
Your command line for the project export looks OK provided the internal Export settings by name and for the file and creation/over write options all work. If the Transpose export is the only one in the project you could simply use /pxall.
If you have already tried it but are seeing problems check out the Help section for 'Using Monarch Command Lines' and if that does not throw up an answer let us know what the reported problems are.