Working Within the Control Panel

Working Within the Control Panel

  1. The Control Panel allows you to continue to organize your project. You can edit, add, and delete categories and rooms. You can also add products from the library to a room.
  2. To edit the project tree, you will need to select the category or room you wish to edit and right-click to access the edit menu. Refer to the section Project Organization for editing the project tree.
  3. By selecting a category, all the products from all the rooms contained in that category will be displayed.
  4. By selecting a room, all the products within that room will be displayed.
  5. When a room has been selected, you can continue to add products to the room by choosing the product from the library list. When adding a product through the Product List, the product will appear in green text. This is a visual indicator that the product has not been drawn

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