Creating Your Materials Library and Re-using a Material

Creating Your Materials Library and Re-using a Material

Click on the FABRICS, TRIMS or NOTIONS tab in your Product’s Tech Pack menu. Any material you add to your tech packs will be saved in your material library. To re-use a material you have already entered previously, click ADD to add a new material. A window to enter the new material info will open and then you can click RE-USE in the upper right of the window. A menu with your existing materials will appear. Click the material of your choice and the information will be copied over.


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