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    Retaining Links when Copying Wiresheets

    I'm currently working on a job on Niagara 4.7 that has a lot of identical unit ventilators for a school which means that programs are relatively similar except for a few inputs and outputs of course.
    However, they share more common points, creating a lot more linking. I have been trying to copy wiresheets but notice that the links are not retained when copying over.
    Is there any way to get keep the points?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex_98 View Post
    I'm currently working on a job on Niagara 4.7 that has a lot of identical unit ventilators for a school which means that programs are relatively similar except for a few inputs and outputs of course.
    However, they share more common points, creating a lot more linking. I have been trying to copy wiresheets but notice that the links are not retained when copying over.
    Is there any way to get keep the points?

    Thanks
    There should be a paste special option. Select "keep all links"

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex_98 View Post
    I'm currently working on a job on Niagara 4.7 that has a lot of identical unit ventilators for a school which means that programs are relatively similar except for a few inputs and outputs of course.
    However, they share more common points, creating a lot more linking. I have been trying to copy wiresheets but notice that the links are not retained when copying over.
    Is there any way to get keep the points?

    Thanks
    Copy paste special and choose keep links.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reaper View Post
    There should be a paste special option. Select "keep all links"
    Thanks, I feel like a dummy for not seeing that!

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