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Attaching a File to a Model

You can attach a file of any format in the Attached Files tab ( ) and save it as part of a MapleSim model. For example, you can attach Maple worksheets that are related to your MapleSim model or design documents created in other applications.

When you open your model in a future MapleSim session, you can view and edit the attached file from the Attachment Files tab.

To attach a file to a model from the menu bar:

1. 

Select Edit > Attach File... .  The Attach Document window appears.

2. 

Browse to and select the file you want to attach.

3. 

Click Attach... . The file attaches to the Documents palette.

4. 

Save your model.  By default the file attaches to the Documents category.

Note:  If you want to move this attachment to a different category in the palette, you can click and drag the entry.

To attach a file to a model using the Attachment Files tab:

1. 

Select the Attached Files tab ( ).

2. 

Right-click (Control-click for Mac®) the name of the palette in which you want the attachment to appear.

3. 

Select Attach File.  The Attach Document window appears.

4. 

Browse to and select the file that you want to attach.

5. 

Click Attach... .  The file attaches to the selected category.

6. 

Save your model.

Tip:  If you want to move an attachment to a different category in the palette, you can click and drag the entry.

Note:  Data sets that you provide for interpolation table components must be attached in the Data Sets category.  For more information, see Creating a Data Set for an Interpolation Table Component in Chapter 2 of the MapleSim User's Guide.

See Also

Viewing an Attachment in its Associated Application

Modifying an Attachment

Saving an Attachment to Your Computer

Removing an Attachment

Renaming an Attachment

Adding an Attachment to a Custom Library

Interpolation Tables

 


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