which there is a good chance you will, when you
decide to save it, you should choose SAVE AS,
and give it a new name. If you choose Saveyou
will change the existing node permanently.
Oops! I SAVED instead of SAVED AS!
How do I fix it?
If you select Saveby mistake and realize you changed the existing node
and want it back, it is still possible. Let’s say you opened a 5x7 [Prt] Node,
added a logo to it and clicked Save. From now on, whenever you use the
5x7 [Prt] Node, it will have that logo attached to it (Not what you want).
To fix the problem and keep BOTH 5x7 Nodes, do this:
Open the 5x7 [Prt] Node (now with the logo attached). Go to the File Menu
and select Save Asand name it
something like 5x7 [Prt] Node w/ Logo.
Now, open the node called 5x7 [Prt] Node (still has a logo attached),
click on the logo and press the delete key on your keyboard. Go the the
File Menu and select Save Asand name it 5x7 [Prt] Node. Click Replace
to the message. That’s it. You’ve got 2 nodes now. One with the logo and
one without the logo.
If you plan to add graphics and/or text to a node, you should consider
clicking Create New Node. When you go to Save it, there is only one
selection; SAVE. That’s because it’s brand new and being saved for the
1st time. There won’t be any confusion about SAVE or SAVE AS.
Before creating a new node or using an existing node, you should
have an idea of how you want the nodes layed out on your canvas
(the template, or the guide for TEPS to follow). If you’re not sure, you can
always click on Setup Templatesand Open Existing Templateto look
at how different templates have been constructed. If you see one you
might like to construct with your own nodes but aren’t sure of the node
sizes used in the template, click on the node in question and look at the
Coordinateswindow (lower right screen). Check the W:and H:
measurements; that is the width and height of that particular node.