Use the procedure as below to import the document.
1. Choose Import from the menu File.
2. Choose the file type to import from the menu of drop down.
3. Type the name of program in the File name area.
4. Select OK to import the program.
The "Include" group box encloses 3 documentation items such as Headers/Description Comments, Tags, and Descriptions which are interpret when files are imported. Not all item is applicable for each import format. And not all format lets these items to be manually unselected and selected. But during import, the items loaded are specified in this group box.
• Click the check box of "Tags" to contain them in the import of documentation.
• Click the check box of "Descriptions" to contain them in the import of documentation.
• Click the check box of "Header" for example, labeled "Description Comments" under the format of "Documentation File ofTaylor ProWORX Symbol .fis " to contain them in the import of documentation.
The "Format" the Import dialog combo box provides somel file types:
• Documentation of FasTrak WorkShop (*.fmd) - This choice reads the document from another program WorkShop
• PLC WorkShop of FasTrak DOS - This choice reads the document from a program of DOS WorkShop.
• The Documentation File of Taylor ProWORX or ASCII .fil - This choice reads the document exported by ProWORX into the format of Taylor ASCII ".fil". The ProWORX "Descriptor" is put into the Description of WorkShop, the "Long Comment", "Short Comment", and "Page Title" are written in that order to the Description Comment of WorkShop.
• The Symbol of Taylor ProWORX .fis - This choice reads the documentation symbol exported by ProWORX into the format of Taylor ".fis". The "Short Comment", "Page Title" and "Long Comment" are written in that order to the WorkShop Description Comment, the "Symbol" of ProWORX is written to the Tag of Workshop, the "Descriptor" is typed to the Description of WorkShop.
• The Address/Symbol/Descriptor of Modsoft Text Export - This choice reads the Symbol, Modsoft Address, and Descriptor the document that exported into a text file of ASCII.