To Pair Reference Tags
1. Create or open an interchange assembly.
2. Click Ref Pairing Table. The Reference Pairing Table dialog box opens.
3. Select the active component.
4. Click to select the assembly to be used to set the context for the tag creation. The File Open dialog box opens.
5. Select an assembly and click Open.
6. Click the Components to Pair collector and select one or more functional components to pair with the active component in the interchange assembly.
7. Click Create Required Tags. The AutoTag Creation dialog box opens. When there is more than one occurrence of the component in the assembly,
a. Use the arrows to select the occurrence from the Select Occurrence list. It highlights in the graphics area.
b. Click Accept.
8. When more than one component in the interchange assembly can be used to replace the active component in the selected assembly, click Select items to activate the Components to Pair box.
Select the required component and right-click in the graphics window to access the following shortcut menu:
Active Component—Activates the Active Component collector.
Components to Pair—Activates the Components to Pair collector.
Context Assembly—Activates the Context Assembly collector.
Clear—Clears the selected reference collector.
Next tag—Selects the next row of the reference pairing table.
Previous tag—Selects the previous row of the reference pairing table.
9. Click or Options > Columns Setup to change the table column display. The Models and Columns display dialog box opens. Change the column width, add or remove columns, and click OK.
10. Select the interchange assembly component to replace the active component. The reference pairing table updates.
11. Select a cell in the reference pairing table to activate the row. The reference on the active component highlights and a tag handle appears.
12. Select the reference on the replacing component by clicking it or dragging the tag handle to select it in the graphics window.
13. Continue selecting references until all required references are satisfied.
14. Click the Show Optional Pairing Tags check box to display optional pairing tags.
15. Use or to add or delete optional tags.
16. Click OK.