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Workspace Structure

Apply to: 2016 R1

Before inserting components and wires to your project, it’s necessary to understand a little of the workspace structure. This will be helpful when making references between different sheets and identifying where a component’s connections are located by simply looking at its main part.

Quadrants

The workspace format in the QC is customisable, and initially divided into quadrants. Columns are numbered 1 through 9, and lines are presented from A through F, making it abundantly easy to locate any item in the workspace. For instance, if the part in question is in the upper left corner of the worksheet, its position would be A1.

Worksheet References
Throughout your project, you may create different references. Particularly useful if you have a large number of different components, they enable you to instantly find specific information. If you have a 50 page project, for instance, and are looking at a contactor coil, you can easily locate the contactor’s other connections and more information using the previously mentioned quadrant positions.

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