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Editing Multiple Configurations of a Toolbox Component

When a model contains multiple configurations of the same Toolbox component, you can edit them simultaneously. You can initiate the edits from the FeatureManager design tree or from the graphics area.

To modify the length of multiple configurations from the graphics area:

  1. In the graphics area, select the configurations to modify.
    Unselected configurations Selected configurations.

    The arrow indicates that the last selected configuration will control the change.

  2. On the last component you select, drag the arrow to the new length for the components.

    The length of all the selected components adjusts to match the size of the modified component.

To edit multiple configurations of a Toolbox component from the Configure Component PropertyManager:

  1. In the FeatureManager design tree, Shift + select the configurations to modify.
  2. Right-click and click Edit Toolbox component.
    If you do not select configurations of the same component, Edit Toolbox Component does not appear on the shortcut menu.

    In the PropertyManager, under Properties, the values listed are those of the last item you select.

  3. Modify component properties.

    The changes you make in the PropertyManager are reflected in the graphics area for all selected configurations of the component.

  4. Click .


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