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Using Project Customization on New Projects

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

When you first use Design Master, you typically make changes to the customization in the project you are working on using the various “Customization->Project List” commands. These changes are reflected in your current project, but do not affect other projects or any new projects.

To use these customizations in other projects, it is necessary to copy them to the standards or master databases. The settings in the standards and master databases are what are used for new projects.

You can copy them using the various “Customization->Copy Project List to Master” commands. There is a separate command for each customization area. If you made changes in multiple areas, you will need to copy them each separately.

You can update a project that you have already started using the various “Customization->Copy Master List to Project” commands.

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