Turn this on to have the program prompt you to save a temporary drawing if you have edited it.
When you open a Traverse View, the program creates a temporary drawing. You can add a title block, legend, drawing title and other drawing enhancements, but when you close the Traverse View, the drawing is deleted and your changes are gone. This is the default action. This prompt senses when you have edited the temporary drawing and asks if you want to save it as a permanent drawing.
Turn this On to copy referenced objects like Pictures to the SaveAs folder. TPC identifies objects like pictures that are used in the drawings and copies them from the current location to the destination SaveAs folder and updates the references in the drawings to the new location.
Sumbols - edit the user symbols file thaSumbols - edit the user symbols file that determines which symbols to display. The file is self documenting. You'll find it fast and easy to change symbol names and add new symbols to the file. See Symbols.
Line Types - edit the user lines file that determines which line types to display. The file is self documenting. Changing the name TPC uses for a line type or editing the line spacing is easy. Creating new lines or editing embedded symbols in lines is more difficult and may require some experimentation on your part. See Line Types.
If you make changes to either the symbols or line types files, you will need to restart TPC before the changes take effect.