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 Posting code to the forum 

Last post Fri, Aug 10 2007 7:23 AM by archive. 1 replies.
Started by archive 24 Jul 2007 09:01 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 2484 views
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    Posting code to the forum Reply

    When posting code to the forums, copy from a text editor such as notepad, not from word or Outlook. Be sure to click the HTML tab BEFORE you paste your text.

    Click on the "html" mode tab on your "reply" dialog box. Then wrap your text with < code > like this:

    < code > pasted text < /code >

    NOTE: Do not put a space in the < code > I have done that here so it will show up as text. Also, be sure to click the HTML tab BEFORE you paste your text. This is how it will look when coded correctly pasted text


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  • Fri, Aug 10 2007 7:23 AM

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    RE: Posting code to the forum Reply

    Hi
    I would like to know on a done design if theres a change of one macro , how do i incorporate these changes to the design using SOC Encounter 6.2. Is it that I load the old config file with the new library of the macro and then load the def of theoriginal routed clean design.
    Inputs on this would be very much helpful
    Thanks in advance


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