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Adding Modeling Components to a Model Using the Search Pane

You can search for a modeling component and then add it to your model from the search pane. When you search for a component name, the search feature returns all of the component names that contain your query. For example, if you query the string "resistor," the search feature returns related component names such as "Variable Resistor" and "Heating Resistor."

The search feature is not case-sensitive and you can use mixed-case characters.

To add modeling components using the search pane:

1. 

From the Libraries tab at the left of the Model Workspace, in the Search field above the palettes, enter the full or partial name of a component. A drop-down list displays the component names that match your query.

2. 

From the drop-down list, select the name of the component that you want to add to your model.

    

    The component icon appears in the square beside the Search field.

    

3. 

Drag the component icon from the search pane to the Model Workspace or 3-D Workspace.

See Also

Adding Components to a Model from a Palette

Connecting Components in the Model Workspace

Searching in the Definitions Tab

 


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