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Pictures in the course
On the tab Pictures you can add images to each position or hierarchy in the LV, which are then displayed in LV printing for position / hierarchy or as Picture list can be printed for the entire course.
Furthermore you can Images in long text of positions.
add a picture
You can import images from your file system and use images that you have saved in your master data for plants and material items or in your construction file.
A detailed description of the functions for adding images can be found on the wiki page add pictures.
To a position / hierarchy deposited images You can copy and add it to another position / hierarchy via the clipboard.
First, highlight on the tab Pictures the picture or with Ctrl or Shift multiple pictures you want to copy. By clicking in the menu Pictures copy the marked images to the clipboard.
Then switch to your course, mark the desired position / hierarchy in the position tree and open the tab on the right-hand side of the screen Pictures. The associated menu Pictures is displayed. By clicking in the menu Pictures add the pictures from the clipboard to the position / hierarchy.
The image or images are on the tab Pictures displayed. If necessary, take over additional pictures for the position / hierarchy.
To a position / hierarchy deposited images You can delete.
Highlight on the tab Pictures the picture or with Ctrl or Shift several pictures that you want to delete and click in the menu Pictures on .
Confirm the query with [Yes].
The images have been removed.
Among the Image information you will find the properties that Windows saves about the image file.
Highlight on the tab Pictures the desired picture and click in the menu Pictures on .
The Windows dialog with the file properties opens.
On the tab Details you will find, for example, the dimensions of the image and, for images that were created with digital cameras, the date and time the image was taken, exposure settings, etc.
Images you click on the tab Pictures for a hierarchy or position can be saved in a Closeup to open. The picture is opened in the program that you have set as the default program for the file type in Windows.
To view a picture in full view, double-click on the picture or open the context menu with the right mouse button and select the entry to open.