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Typing Exposure

To fill in your exposure, you can directly type the values in the Xsheet and Timeline views.

Typing a Value in the Timeline View
Typing a Value in the Xsheet View

Typing a Value in the Timeline View

If you want to type an exact drawing name or value into the Timeline view, you must use the Data view section of the Timeline.

You can only use alphanumeric values. (0-9, a-z, underscore (_) and dash (-)).

To type a value in the Timeline view:

1. In the Timeline view, click the Show Data View button.

 

2. In the Drawing Substitution field, type the name of the drawing you want to create, and press [Enter/Return].

Typing a Value in the Xsheet View

To enter a value in a column’s cell, double-click in the cell and type the numbers or letters.

You can only use alphanumeric values. (0-9, a-z, underscore (_) and dash (-)).
Press [Enter/Return] to move on to the next cell.
Press [Esc] to exit the typing mode and return to normal mode.

To type values in the Xsheet view:

1. In an Xsheet column, double-click on one cell.

2. Type a value or drawing name in the cell.

3. Press [Enter/Return] to move on to the next cell.

4. Press [Esc] to quit the typing mode.

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Filling Exposure