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Multiple subprocesses can be combined.

 

mouse_24 Exercise 50: Combine existing subprocesses.

 

BTN_AR131. Open the Combining Subprocesses Exercise model.
BTN_AR132. Select the Subprocess 1 and Subprocess 2 elements.
BTN_AR133. Right-click either one of the selected subprocesses.
BTN_AR134. Select Combine subprocesses > horizontally / vertically.

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A new subprocess is created, containing contents of all selected subprocesses. Double-click on it to change the properties of the new subprocess and type in a name. Note, that the combined subprocess element is not updated automatically, if you make changes to the component subprocess elements, i.e. you need to recombine them. Therefore, if you are creating a combined subprocess, create the component subprocess elements with their contents first, and then combine the subprocesses.

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