A quick way to insert new articles into your current project is found at the upper right edge of your Article List:
By repeatedly pressing Enter, the article will be inserted to the article list multiple times.
Please note: Always enter the basic article number without configurations.
Note: Searching for articles is possible as soon as you have selected a manufacturer. Use operators for an effective search.
Some manufacturers use the same article numbers in different series. For disambiguation, the respective series is displayed with each match.
|+ AND Shortcut||All search words must be included in the results||Table+Attachment: Entries that contain both “Table” and “Attachment”|
|I OR Shortcut||One of the search words included in the results||TableICounter: Entries that contain either “Table” or “Counter”|
|-||The following search term is not included||Table –Conference: Entries that contain “Table”, but not “Conference”|
|”||Exact Search||“Round Conference Table”: Entries that contain this exact phrase|
|*||Follows a keyword, characterizes it as a prefix||Conference*: All entries with the prefix “Conference” will be included in search results (conference table, conference chair…)|
|()||Specified order of operators||Chair + (Office I Lounge): Search results contain the word “Chair” and, in addition, either “Office” or “Lounge”|
Articles from your custom catalog are inserted into your project as user articles.
Articles from pCon.planner 8 can be inserted directly into your article list in OBX format: Select the articles in pCon.planner. Via Copy > Article list or Ctrl + B the articles are copied to the clipboard.
The articles are added to the article list of your current project in pCon.basket Online via Paste (Ctrl + V).
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Simply use the the “Copy Article List” command (CTRL + B) in the 3D room planner, the copied articles can then be inserted to an article list in pCon.basket by pasting them, using (CTRL + V).