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How do you find the pallet a function belongs to?

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If you read about a function and want to use it, how do you find the pallet a function belongs to?  I know how to search for a function, but that doesn't tell me how to find its pallet.

 

Thanks in advance.

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A easy way.

 

Find Function palete.JPG

Select the function and press ctl+h 

 

Owning palete.JPG

Message Edited by Baji on 06-08-2009 05:57 PM
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Hi Joe,

the path to the example in the advaned help should give this information.

 

 

Mike

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When  you search for a function and double click the result, it will bring up the functions palette tree and show you how to get to that function:

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mishkin i forget it. ya its a easy method find the functional palette tre for the searched functions.
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