Use a classification sheet to see attribute values

If you add classifications to your project and use them to classify your nodes or sources, you can use a classification sheet to:

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Open a classification sheet

  1. On the Explore tab, in the Classification Sheets group, click Source Classification Sheets or Node Classification Sheets.

  2. Click the classification sheet that you want to open.


The classification sheet opens in Detail View.

NOTE  You can also open a selected classification sheet from List View—on the Home tab, in the Item group, click the arrow below Open and then click Open Classification Sheet.

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Change attribute values for a source or node

  1. Click in the cell for the value that you want to change.

  2. Click the arrow and select a new value from the list.

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Set attribute values for multiple sources or nodes

If you need to assign the same attribute value to multiple sources or nodes, you can use Copy and Paste to make bulk updates to your classification sheet.

  1. Click in a cell that has the value that you want to copy.

  2. On the Home tab, in the Clipboard group, click Copy.

Keyboard shortcut  To copy, press CTRL+C.


  1. Select the cells that you want to assign the value to. To select multiple cells, select the first one, and then hold the CTRL key while you select the others.

  2. On the Home tab, in the Clipboard group, click the Paste image.

Keyboard shortcut  To paste, press CTRL+V.

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Add a new attribute value

You can create new attribute values while working in a classification sheet:

  1. Double-click in the cell for the attribute value.

  2. Enter the new value.

NOTE Any new attribute values must be compatible with the attribute's data type. For example, you cannot enter text for an attribute of the type 'integer'. Refer to Valid data types for more information.

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Open a source or node from the classification sheet

  1. Select the row containing the source or node you want to open.

  2. On the Home tab, in the Item group, click the arrow below Open, and then click Open Node or Open Source.


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