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mouse_24 Exercise 62: Hide an individual flow on the main process level.

 

BTN_AR131. Open the View Settings Exercise model.
BTN_AR132. Right-click a flow and select Hide Flow(s) from the pop-up menu:

popup_hide_flows

BTN_AR133. To show the flow again, right-click on an empty area on the flow chart and select Show Hidden Connectors > All or the name of the flow you have hidden:

popup_show_hidden_flows

 

 

If a model has many flows connecting different process levels, it is also possible to hide flows going from subprocess to subprocess in the upper process level by default.

 

mouse_24 Exercise 63: Hide flows of the type 'Control Flow' on the main process level by default.

 

BTN_AR131. Open the View Settings Exercise model.
BTN_AR132. On the Modeling tab of the ribbon, click the Modeling Options button. The Modeling Options dialog will open.
BTN_AR133. Select the Control Flow flow type and click View... The Flow Type - Control Flow dialog will open.
BTN_AR134. Open the Symbol tab.
BTN_AR135. Remove the selection from the Show flows on upper process levels check box.

dlg_flow_type_control_flow

BTN_AR136. Click OK to close the Flow Type dialog and again OK to close the Modeling Options dialog. The Control Flow named Check for duplicates between the subprocesses Delete unuseful feedback and Process data should now be hidden on the main process level.

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