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Intergraph Smart Instrumentation Tutorial

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Engineering and Schematics
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Intergraph Smart Instrumentation
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Training
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2018 (12.0)
  1. Generate the drawing for loop 101-F-100.

  2. In the Enhanced Report Utility, click tag 101-FT-100.

  3. Click Actions > Macro > New.

    You can also access this command by clicking New Macro () on the Actions toolbar.

  4. On the Macro Properties dialog box, on the General tab, do the following:

    1. From the Macro list, select Instrument Manufacturer.

    2. In the Caption box, type MFR:

    3. Clear the Display 'Null' when no data is available check box.

      The dialog box should appear as shown:

  5. Click the Macro Text tab, and do the following:

    1. Click Font to open the Font dialog box.

    2. In the Font style field, select Bold.

    3. In the Size field, select 12.

    4. In the Color field, select Black.

  6. Click OK to return to the Macro Properties dialog box.

  7. Under Alignment, for Vertical select Center and Horizontal, select Left.

  8. Click the Caption Text tab, and repeat the steps for the Macro Text except set the color to Red.

    The dialog box should appear as shown:

  9. Click OK to return to the drawing sheet.

  10. On the drawing sheet, click the cross-hair cursor where you want the macro to appear.

  11. Click tag 101-FY-100.

  12. Click Actions > Macro > New.

  13. On the Macro Properties dialog box, on the General tab, do the following:

    1. From the Macro list, select Instrument Model.

    2. In the Caption box, type MDL:

    3. Clear the Display 'Null' when no data is available check box.

  14. Define the same properties as for manufacturer on the Macro Text and Caption Text tabs.

  15. Click OK to return to the drawing sheet.

  16. On the drawing sheet, click below the previous macro.

    The macros appear on the drawing as shown:

  17. Click anywhere on the drawing sheet.

  18. On the main toolbar, click Save Custom Changes ().

    The Save Custom Changes dialog box opens as shown:

  19. Click OK.