Treevision
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TREEVISION

What is Treevision?

Treevision is the name of the feature that displays bills of material in a graphical tree-like structure. Treevision does for the indented BOM what Microsoft Explorer does for files.

How do I know if there are other lower level bills?

The plus (+) mark indicates that there are either other bills or components indented beneath the item displayed. A simple click of the plus (+) mark expands the tree to display the indented level. The mark turns into a negative (-) sign to show it is open. Click the negative (-) sign to close the level.

What do the little icons represent?

Bolt - Item is a component

Gear/Shaft - Item is a Component BOM

Two Nested Boxes - Item is a Finished Good

Outlined Gear/Shaft - Item is a Phantom BOM

Color Slices - Item is a Modular BOM

Calculator - Item is a Variable BOM

Open Box - Item is a Kit BOM

Circular Arrows - Item is an Alternate BOM

Can I use Treevision to go to another BOM?

Right click on the bill and select "Go to" from the pop up window. Treevision will display the BOM and recalculate and display the bill structure.

Hint - Bills can be added to the BOM by right clicking on any item that does not have level beneath it!

Will Treevision do a "where used"?

With ease! Right click on the bill and select "Used" from the pop up window. A browser will display a list of BOM's on which the current bill is a component. Right click the bill you want to go to. Treevision will display the BOM and recalculate and display the bill structure.

 

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