|Type|| Here, you enter the type of the position number.
|Filter||If you want to position only certain component parts, you can apply a filter defining which elements of your construction have to be equipped with a position number or with a shipping number. Select the parts to apply positioning to:|
|Last Concrete||The last number assigned to a concrete element.|
|Last Cages||The last number assigned to a rebar cage.|
|Last Rebars||The last number assigned to an individual rebar.|
|Increment||Enter the automatic increase in numbers (normally the
increment is 1).
For example, type 1 to assign the next integer. Type 10 to increment numbers by 10.
|Next||Displays the next position number to be assigned. Enter the single part position number that has to be added to the first part to be positioned a new. The next positioning number assigned is the "Last" (part or concrete, cages, rebar) number plus the specified Increment.|
|Position Number Options||Opens the Automatic Position Settings dialog, used to filter and sort groups and parts.|
|Position Flag Styles||For Alphabetical and Alphanumerical types, opens the Position Number Line dialog where when Without I,O is checked, the 0 and 1 shall be used with alphanumeric / mixed numeric position number. (For Macro type, opens the Positioning Macros dialog, which is used to build macro for concrete, cage, and rebar.|
|Reset Position Numbers||Resets the manual positioning to standard values, by setting the position number to standard values —Numerical: 0, Alphabetical: A, Alphanumerical: A0. All these reset "last numbers" to 0, A, or A0 serve as the "starting points" for assigning new position numbers.|
|Assign Bar Marks||When checked, assigns currently set bar marks to rebar.|
|Open Bar Factory Setting dialog||Opens the Bar Factory Settings dialog, which is used to set bar markings to a given shape.|
|Automatic Position Buttons||Assign position numbers to all parts with the given settings.|