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17.5 Maintain Image Layers
Purpose of application is to add new or update existing image layers. Cost types can be assigned to layers, enabling us to assign floorplan drawings to purchase orders.
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17.5.1 Reviewing/updating existing image layers
17.5.2 Adding a new image layer
17.5.1 Reviewing/updating existing image layers
Step Action
1. Open Maintain Image Layers application.
2. Select an image layer from the Select Image Layer drop down list and click .
3. Review the Image Layer Information and Image Layer Cost Types sections of the form and make any necessary adjustments.
4. When you are done:
  • To view/reassign image symbols associated with the layer (e.g. we have a 220 Volt Outlet symbol that needs to be assigned to the Electrical layer), click .
  • To save and exit, click .
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17.5.2 Adding a new image layer
Step Action
1. Open Maintain Image Layers application.
2. To add a new image layer, click .
3. Fill out the Image Layer Information and Image Layer Cost Types sections of the form.

FORM FAQ
Image Layer Information
Status Current status of the image layer (e.g. active, inactive).
Menu Group Select menu group. For example, if you want the layer active in Decor/Design Center module, select Decor/Design Center.
Short Description A unique ID used to describe the image layer (e.g. Electrical).
Long Description Any additional comments pertaining to the image layer can be entered here.
Image Layer Cost Types
Cost types can be assigned to layers, enabling us to assign floorplan drawings to purchase orders. So make your selections accordingly. Associated Cost Types list box contains cost types assigned to the layer, while Available Cost Types list box contains all active cost types.
4. When you are done:
  • To save and exit, click .
  • To view/reassign image symbols associated with the layer (e.g. we have a 220 Volt Outlet symbol that needs to be assigned to the Electrical layer), click .

    What you should now see is similar to the example below: two columns labeled Symbols IN Layer... and Symbols NOT IN Layer.... In case of a new layer, all active image symbols are added to it by default. To remove a symbol from layer, select Remove check box and click .

    Similarly, to add an image symbol to the layer, select Add check box and click .
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Updated July 11, 2014