Uncalibrated peaks in calibration table (ChemStation)

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I have a bunch of compounds in the calibration table that are not actually calibrated, but they are in there because they need to be named. The issue is that I wanted to use an internally calculated RF to quantify these peaks, but because they are in the table, the I seem to only be able to use the RF specified for each compound in the table. For this reason I have to enter each RF manually. Is there a way to avoid having to do this?

I am new to GC/ChemStation so perhaps I have misunderstood something basic.. Thanks for any help
I'm retired so not familiar with newest Chemstation software.

But what we would do would be to set the integration events so that only the peak(s) of interest were integrated, then they would not show up in any Calibration Tables.
I have to put them in the calibration table or they would not be named - neither in the chromatography nor the report. I guess I wanted to see if there was a way to unlink naming from calibration. It seems there is no way to name uncalibrated compounds
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