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How to fill project information (Global Attributes)

On this article, we will approach how to fill information on your project using global attributes.

Import project information…

1. Go to the GE Start ribbon;
2. Click on properties;

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It will be displayed a window with some piece of information of the project, as components quantity, wires segments, and so on, as the picture below:

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3. Click again on properties;
4. Click on the “+” button to add a new property;

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5. Insert on the first column, the property name, for instance: ENGINEER;
6. Repeat the 5 step to add new properties, such as DESIGN, REVIEW, APPROVED and so on;
8. With this properties filled, click on apply and right after click on Import;

With this settings, by clicking on import, all the values of the filled properties will be displayed at the properties window, allowing for instance, the changing of an information or even the creation of new ones.

Export project information…

1. Go to GE Start Ribbon;
2. Click on properties;

It will be displayed a window with some project information, as components quantity, wires segments, and so on.

3. Click again on properties;
4. Clicl on the “+” button, to add a new property;
5. Insert on the first column, the property name, for instance: ENGINEER;
6. On the value column, fill with the desired information for ENGINEER, for instance: John;
7. Repeat the 5 and 6 steps to add new property, such as DESIGNED, REVIEW, APPROVED;
8. With this properties filled, click on apply and right after click on Export.

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This feature allows the user to export information and project data, such as Chief Engineer, title, codes or information of any kind and to apply to all the project sheets.

All set, this way, all the information which uses those added properties will be filled automatically on every project.

Set standard information to a project…

1. Go to the GE Start Ribbon;
2. Click on properties;
3. Click on properties again;
4. Click on define defaults;
5. Fill the properties data;
6. Click on “Ok” until the window displayed closes.

With this set, all of your next projects will already come up with the properties added on “define defaults” on an automatic way, remaining necessary just to fill its values, being necessary just to fill its values, turning faster then, the project data filling that are comum between sheets.

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