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The process (such as edit terminal strips, cables or reports) is made possible because of the information stored in the electrical project database. This database is filled out automatically as and when the schematic is designed.

Some process features display a dialog box in which the user must select an option. To avoid locking the process, certain of these dialog boxes have a timer that closes automatically the dialog box, selecting the option by default.

All the processes are grouped in the specific menu (Process), but certain commands are also under the Electrical project menu.

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