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You can set the horizontal or vertical disposition of any line in the model. A

 

change in disposition straightens lines and, where applicable, aligns their

 

attach points (for example, aligning reference attach points).

Horizontal

This model shows a reference before setting horizontal disposition.

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This is the same model after setting horizontal disposition.

Vertical disposition This model shows a reference before setting vertical disposition.

This is the same model after setting vertical disposition.

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1 Select one or more lines.

2Select SymbolDispositionHorizontal.

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Select SymbolDispositionVertical.

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When you arrange a symbol, you move it midway between its connected symbols.

This model shows the disposition of tables before centering on Table_2.

This model shows the same tables after centering on Table_2.

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1 Select one or more symbols.

2 Select SymbolDispositionArrange Symbols.

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Arranging connectors moves the endpoints of a line to the center of objects on either end of a line and straighten it.

This model shows a flow before arranging connectors:

 

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This model shows the same flow after arranging connectors:

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1 Select one or more lines.

2 Select SymbolDispositionArrange Connectors.

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Arranging attach points moves the endpoints of a line to the center of objects on either end of a line.

This model shows a reference before arranging attach points:

This model shows the same reference after arranging attach points:

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1 Select one or more lines.

2 Select SymbolDispositionArrange Attach Points.

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Arranging attached text moves back to its default place the text of a link you have moved.

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This model shows a relationship before arranging attached text:

This model shows the same relationship after arranging attached text:

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1 Select one or more links.

2 Select SymbolDispositionArrange Attached Text.

 

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When you insert symbols in a model, they appear in overlapping layers, as follows:

A new symbol that can contain text appears in front of all other symbols

A new line appears behind all other symbols

You can use the following commands to change the layer of a selected symbol.

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Bring to front

Selected symbol appears in front of all other symbols

Send to back

Selected symbol appears behind all other symbols

Bring forward

Selected symbol moves forward one layer

Send backward

Selected symbol moves backward one layer

 

 

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1 Select a symbol.

2 Select SymbolOrderRUGHU LWHP.

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You can locate any object in a diagram from an object list using the

PowerDesigner Find feature.

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1Select Model/LVW RI submenu.

2Select an object in the list.

An arrow appears at the beginning of the line.

3Click the Find Symbol in Diagram tool.

The symbol is selected and centered in the diagram window. To see the symbol, you have to move the list dialog box.

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When an object has several symbols within a model, a symbol selection dialog box appears that lets you select an object symbol among all instances of the object within the model diagrams. When you click OK the symbol is selected and centered in the current diagram window. To see the symbol, you have to move the list dialog box.

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You can also find the symbol of an object in a diagram by rightclicking the object in the Browser tree view and select Find in Diagram from the contextual menu. The symbol of the object is centered and selected in the diagram window.

 

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You can improve the visual appeal of your models by adding shapes and lines. You can use graphic elements to surround parts of a model, for example, to distinguish domains of activity.

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1 Click the Rectangle tool.

2 Drag and drop the far corner of a rectangle from any point in your model.

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1 Click the Rectangle tool.

2 Press CTRL while you drag and drop the far corner of a square from any point in your model.

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1 Click the Oval tool.

2 Drag and drop the far end of an oval from any point in your model.

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1 Click the Oval tool.

2 Press CTRL while you drag and drop the far end of the circle from any point in your model.

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1 Click the Rounded Rectangle tool.

2 Drag and drop the far corner of a rounded rectangle from any point in your model.

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1 Click the Rounded Rectangle tool.

2 Press CTRL while you drag and drop the far corner of a rounded square from any point in your model.

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1 Click the Polyline tool.

2 Click the position of the start of the polygon.

3 Click each position where you want to add an angle in the polygon. Straight lines join click positions.

4 Right click to close the polygon.

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After creating the polygon, you can modify the type of corner by right-clicking and selecting FormatLine Style and selecting a type in the Corners box. You can also define a default style for corners in the display preferences of free symbols.

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1 Click the Line tool.

2 Drag and drop the endpoint of a line from any point in your diagram.

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1 Select the Polyline tool.

2 Click the position of the start of the line.

3 Click each position where you want to add an angle in the line. Straight lines join click positions.

4 Right-click to release the tool.

 

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After creating the polyline, you can modify the type of corner by right-clicking and selecting FormatLine Style and selecting a type in the Corners box. You can also define a default style for corners in the display preferences of free symbols.

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A title box displays essential information about the diagram such as: the model and the package to which the diagram belongs, the name of the diagram itself, the author and version of the model and the date of modification. This information is retrieved from the model properties.

For more information about model properties, see section Model Properties in chapter Managing models.

The title box automatically takes into account any changes you make to model properties.

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1 Select the Title tool.

2 Click in an empty space in the diagram window. The title box symbol appears.

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The display of the author in the title box depends on the information you insert in the Author field of the model property sheet:

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Type a name

Name

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Leave empty

User name from the Version Info page of

 

the model property sheet

 

 

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The title box can display the repository version of the model or a user - defined version entered in the Version field of the model property sheet. This parameter is defined in the model display preferences.

You can modify the following display preferences for a title box using the

ToolsDisplay Preferences command:

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Model version

Displays a user-defined version

Repository version

Displays the repository version of the model

 

 

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A model can incorporate external graphic files in one of several formats. The imported images are stored in the model when it is saved, and are present the next time you open the model.

You can import the following types of graphic files:

 

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Windows MetaLayout format

 

WMF

 

Enhanced metafile

 

EMF

 

 

 

Bitmap

 

BMP, DIB, RLE

 

 

 

JPEG Compliant

 

JPG, JPEG

 

 

 

 

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