In this dialog box, you can specify several AutoStore Process Designer settings such as the template directory and automatic backups.
To open the AutoStore Process Designer Options dialog box, click the File tab on the ribbon, and then click the APD Options button.
|Automatically open||Specifies the configuration file that AutoStore Process Designer opens when you start
|Automatically back up configuration file on save||Select this check box to back up the previously saved version of a configuration when you save new changes.|
|Display properties dialog on task creation||Select this check box to open the Task Properties dialog box when you create a new task. This lets you immediately specify the task name and other options when you create a new task.|
|Template directory||Specifies the location for AutoStore configuration template (CTF) files. Template files saved to this folder are added to the New and Add menus (located on the Home tab of the ribbon). Subfolders added to this directory create cascading menu items on the Add and Home menus. You can click the browse button to locate a directory. For more information, see AutoStore Configuration Templates.|
|Default file directory||Specifies the default location when opening or saving AutoStore configuration files. You can click the browse button to locate a directory.|
|Apply only on application startup||Select this check box to use the Default directory location the first time that you open or save a configuration during a session. The application subsequently uses the last opened or saved location as the default location. Clear this check box to use the Default directory location throughout every session.|
|Color Scheme||Specifies to use Blue, Black, or Silver as the color scheme for the AutoStore Process Designer application window.|
|Task Tab||Specifies to locate the task tab on the bottom, right, left, or top of the configuration window.|
|Show capture icon||Select this check box to show the capture icon for each task on its tab: . Clear this check box to only show the task name without the icon: .|