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Filling in Group Characteristics

On every page, you will see information that needs to be filled in such as customer, project name, engineer… The question is? How do we fill in these things?

Fill in page group information…

1. Double-click on any page in the Electrical Schematic group

2. Go to GE Start> Group properties
A window will be displayed containing all the information to be filled in.

4. Select Ok.
Note that this information will be filled in on every page of the Electrical Schematic group. In this case, that is pages 3 through 6;
5. Open the group Cover and double-click on page 01

Note that in the graphic area, all the information previously filled in for the Electrical Schematic group won’t be available on the cover page. To avoid having to fill all these in separately, follow these steps.

Repeat group information for other groups of pages…

1. Double-click on the Cover page under the pages palette;
2. Enable the Pages tab;
3. Inside the Page Groups tools, click on Properties. The same request for information will be displayed;
4. Click on the “Copy from… ” button on the lower left corner of the window;
5. A smaller window will be displayed. Select the group Electrical Schematic and after, any page inside Electrical Schematic;
6. Click Ok;

Now everything will be filled in the Cover group.

Even after filling in the information on all pages, some items will still not be shown, such as the page description (pictured below).

The previously supplied information is general and applies to all groups. Page description and other specific information cannot be filled on that window, since different pages in the same group may have different descriptions.

Example: Page 10 of the project may serve to showcase the digital inputs part of the project while the purpose of page eleven is to present analogical outputs. Therefore, each must be independently filled, even if they belong to the same group.

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