Load part by model is used to load "Model Specific" parts only
for viewing or editing. No "global"
parts are listed here. The sorting method and therefore the search method can
be changed by selecting different "Sort By" options from
the drop down list of methods.
To load a part by model, select Parts from the Main Menu. Select Load Part /
Model from the drop down menu. The Select Part search list is displayed.
difference between loading a part by model as opposed to code is the search
text. The search text here is the vehicle Model. As a model name is entered, the
listing scrolls to the model that matches the search text. All parts specific to
the model are listed in alphabetical order. Scroll through the list using the Up and Down arrow keys, Page
Up and Page Down keys or by dragging the scroll bar with
Select the part from the list that you wish to load. The Edit Part dialogue for the
selected part is shown to the screen in "View mode". This view of the selected
part does not reveal the Notes or Cost Price fields. This is to prevent a client
from seeing these fields should they be looking at the screen while you check a
part price. Select any field and change the information as needed.
Click Edit or press the Spacebar to reveal the
hidden fields. If you make any changes to the part file, click Ok
or press Enter to save the changes. Clicking Cancel or pressing Esc closes the window
without saving. To delete the part from the system, click Delete
parts are no longer found by Part History searches.
Any field in the edit part dialogue may be
edited. If you change the code, however, G-E assumes you have created a new part
entry. G-E will then ask if you wish to delete the part entry with the original
code. If you select Yes, G-E will remove the original part
library entry from the system. If you select No, G-E will add
a new part entry to the library with the new code.
If you change the Model
name in the Model field, G-E will create a new part entry for this
part in the model library you specified.