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1Select ToolsDisplay Preferences to display the Display Preferences dialog box.

2Select or clear display preferences.

3Click OK.

The diagram graphically reflects your choice.

For more information on setting snap to grid display preferences, see the section Moving symbols.

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You can modify the default display of objects symbol, and the following object view display preferences for object name and code.

For more information on how to display the name or the code of objects, see section Displaying the name or the code of objects in chapter Managing Models.

 

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Truncates name, or code, to the width of the symbol

 

Truncation

 

Truncates name, or code, at the indicated length

 

 

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Word wrapping

Wraps name and code text onto additional lines after wrap

 

character (up to the indicated length)

Wrap characters

Set of characters after which the word wrapping is possible

 

 

For more information on setting display preferences for a type of object, see the section corresponding to the object in the model User’s Guide.

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1Select ToolsDisplay Preferences to display the Display Preferences dialog box.

2Select the Object View node to display the corresponding page.

3Select a display preference from the Name splitting groupbox.

4Click OK.

The diagram graphically reflects your selection.

For more information on a given object display preferences, see the corresponding section in the module user’s guide.

 

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Format display preferences apply to all objects in a model including symbols, graphic shapes, and relationships.

A preference for symbol size applies to all new symbols. If you change this preference, it does not automatically modify existing symbols.

You can set the following format display preferences:

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Default Size

Horizontal and vertical size of a symbol containing text (measured

 

in units of 1/7200 of an inch)

Size

Position symbols to auto-adjust to text, to keep aspect ratio, to

 

keep size and to keep center

Line Style

Color, size, and style of a line

Fill

Color, bitmap or gradient that fills a symbol

Shadow

Color that fills the standard shadow, the 3D effect, or the gradient

 

of a symbol

Font

Font, size, and style of text associated with a symbol

Text

Position text in rectangles, ellipses, rounded rectangles and

Alignment

polygons

Custom

Customized shape for most non-link symbols. You generally apply

Shape

that display preference to one symbol type at a time

 

 

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The Preview box displays the format of the new objects you are going to create, not the format of existing objets.

In the case of existing objects, only the attributes modified in the display preferences are modified in the diagram

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You can modify the width or height of symbols in the model.

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1Select ToolsDisplay Preferences to display the Display Preferences dialog box.

General Features Guide

 

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2 Select the Format node to display the corresponding page.

3Type changes in the Default Size groupbox in the Width and Height boxes.

4Click OK.

All symbols in the model have the newly indicated width and height.

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You can set the following size display preferences for symbols in the model:

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Auto-adjust to text

Resizes symbols so that they display all the text they

 

contain (mutually exclusive with the Keep Size preference)

Keep aspect ratio

Keeps the ratio of the height and width of symbols when

 

resizing them

Keep center

Keeps the center of symbols when resizing them

Keep size

Keeps the size of symbols, even if they do not display all

 

the text they contain (mutually exclusive with the Auto-

 

Adjust to Text preference)

 

 

 

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1Select ToolsDisplay Preferences to display the Display Preferences dialog box.

2Select the Format node to display the corresponding page.

3Click the Modify button to display the Symbol Format dialog box.

4Click the Size tab to display the corresponding page.

General Features Guide

 

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5Select the size preferences you want from the appropriate check boxes.

6Click OK.

You return to the Display Preferences dialog box.

7Click OK.

The Changing Formats window appears. It indicates symbols to which the change applies.

8Select a radio button.

9Click OK.

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You can set the following line style display preferences for symbols in the model:

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Color

All lines, relationships, and outlines of

Sets the color of the line

 

shapes and symbols containing text

 

Style

Lines drawn with Line or Freeform

Applies invisible, solid,

 

tools, and the outlines of shapes and

dashed or dotted lines

 

symbols containing text

 

Width

All lines, relationships, and outlines of

Sets the thickness of a

 

shapes and symbols containing text

line

Corners

Lines drawn with Line or Freeform

Makes angles jagged,

 

tools, and relationships

right sharp, right

 

 

rounded, or waved

Arrow

Lines drawn with Line or Polyline

Changes the direction of

 

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the relationship

 

 

 

 

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1Select ToolsDisplay Preferences to display the Display Preferences dialog box.

2Select the Format node to display the corresponding page.

3Click the Modify button to display the Symbol Format dialog box.

4Click the Line Style tab to display the corresponding page.

General Features Guide

 

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5Select the line styles you want from the appropriate dropdown listboxes.

6Click OK.

You return to the Display Preferences dialog box.

7Click OK.

The Changing Formats window appears. It indicates symbols to which the change applies.

8Select a radio button.

9Click OK.

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You can fill model symbols with color using the color palette or with effects by selecting a bitmap and its display location or defining a gradient.

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1Select ToolsDisplay Preferences to display the Display Preferences dialog box.

 

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2 Select the Format node to display the corresponding page.

3Click the Modify button to display the Symbol Format dialog box.

4Click the Fill tab to display the corresponding page.

5Select the fill options you want from the Fill Color and Fill Effects groupboxes.

General Features Guide

 

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6Click OK.

You return to the Display Preferences dialog box.

7Click OK.

The Changing Formats window appears. It indicates symbols to which the change applies.

8Select a radio button.

9Click OK.

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You can add a standard shadow, a 3D effect shadow or a gradient shadow to objects in a diagram.

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1Select ToolsDisplay Preferences to display the Display Preferences dialog box.

 

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