Working with Content Block

Opening the Underlying Element

If you want to open the source element from which a content was created, right click on the content block and select Open %NAME% from the popup menu where %NAME% is the name of the element. Very often you need this when you spot a design flaw when reading a document, and you want to correct it.

Opening a use case from Doc. Composer
Opening a use case from Doc. Composer

Opening the Specification of the Underlying Element

If you want to review or edit properties of an element from which a content was created, right click on the content block and select Open %NAME% Specification from the popup menu where %NAME% is the name of the element.

Repositioning a Content Block

You can always re-order content blocks in a document by performing these steps:

  1. Press to select the blocks to move up or down. You can perform a multiple selection by pressing the Shift or Ctrl key.
    Selecting multiple content blocks
    Selecting multiple content blocks
  2. Click on Move Up or Move Down to re-order the selected blocks.
    Moving a content block
    Moving a content block

Deleting a Content Block

If you want to remove a content block from a document, simply select the blocks and press Delete.

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