but like any window, they can be moved around and altered to preferencebut it is suggested you can see all the windows at the same time. (Figure 1)Save the TF (TF stands for transaction file), in the form of a .gct file, this canbe done by clicking File, Save on the tool bar of the TF. This saves theinstruction that is held within the TF, not the geometry. When you re-open thefile, the screen will appear blank, but do not worry all the information is heldwithin the TF. When it is opened a list with black dots appears under the title‘transaction’, clicking one of these will turn it green and you can choose thestage of the instruction to jump to. Each transaction can be expanded to seewhat is occurring and also suppressed. These steps can be played throughby using the standard forward and backward buttons. This is a key featurewithin parametric design, where the model does not need to be re-drawn tosee the different effects of altering a variable. To skip to this at any pointwithin design, click on the transaction file tab in the bottom left of the TF.(Figure 2)Figure 2 : Highlighting file tab, stages saved within transaction file and thetransactions tabIf you save after every step or major part of the build up, a new graph userchange will exist and if you name it you can quickly refer to, and alter aspecific transaction, suppress a transaction, add, delete or move atransaction also.