This dialog may appear during the build if automatic associations cannot be made, or
On the Tools menu, click Project Options and navigate to the Symbols-Graphics Association tab.
The top box lists graphics and/or symbols paths that require association. The middle box lists symbols available for association. The lower (Final Selections) box lists graphics and/or symbols paths that have been associated. Click on the + sign beside each path to see the associations made.
To change associations, click on the folder in the lower box to highlight it, then click Edit Selection. The folder will be moved to the top box. Scroll through the symbols in the middle box, choose those to be associated, then click Add to list to move that folder to the Final Selections box. You can make multiple symbol path selections (click-and-drag, CTRL or SHIFT with mouse click).
If you want to check which graphics are contained in a particular folder, select the path from the list and click the Launch Windows Explorer button. A Windows Explorer window will be launched, automatically opened to the folder in question.
For projects containing one or more Composer .ebp database files, there is also a Check Source button. Clicking on the Check Source button displays the Extracted Directory Source List, to show which .ebp file has been extracted into each DBDOC DECOMPOSER directory.
Pressing the Skip and Continue button will discard any changes made and continue on with the build. The Cancel button will exit the dialog and stop the build.
To see all of the manual user associations and automatic BuildPlus associations, select Tools | Project Options from the menu and click on the Symbols-Graphics Associations tab. If you make changes to the associations, rebuild the project after closing the Project Options to see your changes in Hyperview. The associations are stored for future builds.
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