O4 allows users to highlight specific information on a cut sheet as it relates to a catalog number. O4 can remember these highlighted portions of a cut sheet for later use, known as “learning”. The highlighted cut sheet will then automatically load the next time the catalog number is used on a submittal.
1. Click the icon.
2. Select Submittals from the drop-down list.
3. Create a submittal or open an existing submittal. Note: For more information about creating a submittal from scratch, click here. For more information about creating a submittal from an existing project or order, click here.
4. The Submittal Editor will appear.
5. Click .
6. The submittal will appear in edit mode.
7. Click a page.
8. The Submittal Page Editor will appear.
Users can utilize the vertical toolbar to interact with the page.
- - save changes
- - print the page
- - copy selected
- - paste copy
- - duplicate selected object up, down, left, or right
- - add or create a stamp from selected object
- - select object
- - add highlight
- - add an oval
- - add a line
- - add an arrow
- - delete selected object
Note: Users may also click and drag on the page to create a highlight.
Once a highlight is drawn on the page, double-click a highlight to edit its properties.
- Color- the color of highlight. Click the color to customize.
- Transparent- make the highlight transparent (no color).
- Border- the color of the border. Click the color to customize.
- Border Width- the width of the border (0 - 5, where 0 = no border).
- Text- text within the highlight.
- Font Color- the font color of the highlight's text.
- Bold- bold the highlight's text.
- Italic- italicize the highlight's text.
- Font- the font style of the highlight's text.
- Font Size- the size of the highlight's text (5pt -32pt).
- Horizontal Alignment- align the text horizontally within the highlight.
- Vertical Alignment- align the text vertically within the highlight.
- 'Remember' font and colors when 'learned'- remember the highlight's properties when learning cut sheets.
Click to apply the changes. Click to make the highlight's properties the default highlight. Note: setting the default will apply to all submittals and is user specific.
Once a page is highlighted, users can learn pages individually by line or for the entire submittal.
Learning Pages by Line
1. Right click a page.
2. Select Learn Item from the drop-down list.
3. The highlights for the catalog number will be learned for future use.
Learning All Pages
1. Select Tools, then Learn All.
2. The Learn All ... pop-up will appear asking if the user wishes to learn all highlights in the submittal.
3. Click . All highlights will be learned for future use.
4. The pop-up will note the changes made to the cut sheets. Exit the pop-up using .