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Components with Multiple Connection Points

Certain types of fittings, for example tees and crosses, can have multiple connection points (CPoints), but not all points need to be included in a route.

When you drag a routing component with multiple CPoints to create a route, you can select the points to include in the route from the Multiple CPoints dialog box, provided the component is set up for multiple connection point selection.

You can also right-click a connection point in the graphics area to add or remove it from a route.

You can set up connection point handling for a component with multiple CPoints in the Routing Component Wizard - Routing Functionality Points Dialog Box.



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