Getting Results Guide

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Contents
Chapter 1
Installing RSView32 RecipePro............................................................................................................................. 1
About RSView32 RecipePro ..................................................................................................... 2 System requirements........................................................................................................................ 2 Installing RSView32 RecipePro .......................................................................................... 2

Installing RSView32 RecipePro with RSView32 Active Display System ........................ 3 Installation steps.................................................................................................................................................. 4

Chapter 2
Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro .......................................................................................... 5
Welcome to RSView32 RecipePro ................................................................................... 6 Exploring RSView32 RecipePro .......................................................................................... 7

RecipePro Setup .................................................................................................................................................. 7 RecipePro Editor ................................................................................................................................................ 8 RecipePro Operator Control Panel ActiveX control .................................................................. 9 RSView32 RecipePro commands ............................................................................................................. 9
Quick Start steps .................................................................................................................................10

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7

Create a new recipe file..........................................................................................................10 Create ingredients......................................................................................................................11 Create a tag set ............................................................................................................................13 Create a data set .........................................................................................................................15 Create a recipe unit...................................................................................................................17 Configure an Operator Control Panel .........................................................................18 Run your RecipePro project ...............................................................................................19

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..........................................................................................................................22 Viewing and printing the help contents ............................................................................24 Index ...................23 Learning more about using online help .................................................................................................................................24 For more information........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................21 Using RSView32 RecipePro online help .........................................................................................................................................................22 Printing a popup help topic ...............23 Finding RSView32 RecipePro version information...........................................Chapter 3 Getting the information you need ........................................................................................................................................................24 Technical support .....................................................................23 Using the index ................................................23 Exploring the RSView32 RecipePro sample project ..25 ii Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro ......................................................

.................. 3 Installation steps.............................................................................................. 2 Installing RSView32 RecipePro with RSView32 Active Display System .............................................................Chapter Installing RSView32 RecipePro About RSView32 RecipePro .......... 4 Installing RSView32 RecipePro 1 ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 System requirements....................... 2 Installing RSView32 RecipePro .............................................

2 or later. you can configure multiple recipe projects and easily transfer recipe process data to and from your automation equipment. Personal computer with 200 MHz Intel® Pentium® processor and 64 MB of RAM. Recommended hardware. RSView32 RecipePro installs as an extension to RSView32 and does not require separate activation. RSView32 RecipePro integrates directly with the RSView32 Project Manager window. Recommended requirements for RSView32 RecipePro are based on the requirements for RSView32. 2 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro . you must be logged in as a user with administrator rights to allow the installation program to modify the registries. Installing RSView32 RecipePro development and runtime software.About RSView32 RecipePro RSView32 RecipePro extends the functionality of RSView32 with advanced recipe management.   System requirements RSView32 RecipePro requires RSView32 version 6. To configure and run RecipePro projects. install the full RSView32 RecipePro development and runtime software on the same computer where RSView32 is installed. Installing RSView32 RecipePro As part of the installation process. RSView32 RecipePro creates program folders and modifies registry entries in your computer’s operating system. With RSView32 RecipePro. Windows® 95/98 is also supported. version 4. When installing RSView32 RecipePro on Windows NT. For detailed recommendations consult the publication “Getting Results with RSView32” or check the RSView32 Support Library on the Rockwell Software website. Individual applications may require a faster processor or more RAM. Recommended operating system.0 with Service Pack 3. Microsoft® Windows NT® Workstation.

The steps to do this vary. The steps below apply to Microsoft Internet Explorer 4. In Internet Explorer 3. the Settings button is located on the Advanced tab.”) Install the RSView32 RecipePro ActiveX control on each computer where an RSView32 Active Display Client is installed. In the Temporary Internet files area. depending on the browser installed on your computer.”) TIP  2. (During installation. So that client windows always reflect the most up-to-date information.” To use RSView32 RecipePro with RSView32 Active Display System: 1.  Install the full RSView32 RecipePro development and runtime software on the same computer where RSView32 and the RSView32 Active Display System Server are installed. Installing RSView32 RecipePro 3 . 3.x: 1. Click the General tab. refer to the publication. “Getting Results with RSView32 Active Display System. (During installation.Installing RSView32 RecipePro with RSView32 Active Display System RSView32 Active Display System is a client/server option that allows you to interact with your RSView32 applications remotely—across either a Local Area Network or the Internet. select “Controls Only. change your system Internet settings to check for newer versions each time a display is opened. Select the option: Every visit to the page. select Settings > Control Panel > Internet. 2.x.x and 5. 4. select “Full Install. click the Settings button. For information about installing and using RSView32 Active Display System. From the Start menu.

3. select Full Install. be sure that either RSView32 6. select either Full Install or Controls Only.2 or RSView32 Active Display System is installed on the computer. The CD-ROM should start running automatically. If the CD-ROM does not start automatically. 2. 5. After installation is complete. shut down and restart your computer before running RSView32. To install the complete RSView32 RecipePro development and runtime system. select Controls Only. In the Select Components window. 4 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro . Before installing RSView32 RecipePro. Place the RSView32 RecipePro CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive. To install the RSView32 RecipePro ActiveX control with the RSView32 Active Display System client.Installation steps The steps below explain how to install RSView32 RecipePro software from a CD-ROM to your computer. Close all open Windows programs. run D:\SETUP. 1. 4. Follow the on-screen instructions.EXE where D is the drive containing the CD-ROM.

.....................................................................17 Configure an Operator Control Panel ................................................................................................................15 Create a recipe unit........................ 6 Exploring RSView32 RecipePro ......................................................................................................................................... 9 Quick Start steps ....................................................................................................................... 7 RecipePro Editor .............11 Create a tag set ..................................................18 Run your RecipePro project .....................................................................................................................10 Create ingredients............................................................................................................................................ 8 RecipePro Operator Control Panel ActiveX control ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7 RecipePro Setup .......................................19 Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro 5 ........................................................10 Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Create a new recipe file.....................................................................................................................................................................................13 Create a data set .........................................................Chapter Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro Welcome to RSView32 RecipePro ...... 9 RSView32 RecipePro commands ...................

tag sets (which specify destinations for ingredient values). data sets (which specify values for ingredients). 6 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro . Each recipe project includes ingredients. The runtime operator interface to RecipePro functionality is through an ActiveX control that you insert in a standard RSView32 graphic display.tag set RSVTag\ChocChips RSVTag\Coconut RSVTag\BatterBase RSVTag\Coating RSVTag\Name PLC N7:0 N7:1 N7:2 N7:3 N10:1 ChocoChews data set ChocoChews Recipe Unit Download 40 "CocoNummies" 0 "ChocoChews" RecipePro allows you to easily import existing WINtelligent Recipe™ and other RecipePro recipe files into new RecipePro projects. With RSView32 RecipePro. all arranged in an easy-to-use spreadsheet. CocoNummies data set 0 80 20 1 Ingredients Chocolate Chips Coconut Batter Base Chocolate Coating Cookie Name 90 33 Process Tags . and recipe units (which link data sets and tag sets for uploading and downloading). RecipePro also provides a quick and easy way to print a detailed report of all of the elements in a recipe file.Welcome to RSView32 RecipePro RSView32 RecipePro extends the functionality of RSView32 with advanced recipe management. you can configure multiple recipe projects and easily transfer recipe process data to and from your automation equipment.

Exploring RSView32 RecipePro RSView32 RecipePro integrates with the RSView32 Project Manager. Project-level scaling controls whether operators can enter a scale factor. Upload and download recipe units and edit the recipe RecipePro Operator Control Panel. to proportionally modify all scalable ingredients in a recipe by a specified percentage. and enabling or disabling download scaling. RecipePro Setup Use RecipePro Setup to configure optional project-level defaults. Configure recipe files. file during runtime. Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro 7 . import WINtelligent Recipe files. Configure the runtime operator interface. Define project-level default settings. Project-level settings include selecting the text color that displays in RecipePro spreadsheets. RecipePro commands. setting the level of communication testing before downloads. sending detailed messages to the RSView32 Activity Log to help debug recipe scenarios. when downloading. download and upload recipe values. RecipePro Editor. to upload and download recipes Define project-level defaults Create and edit recipe files RSView32 RecipePro consists of these parts: RecipePro Setup. Configure and run RecipePro Operator Control Panel ActiveX control Configure RSView32 animations. such as buttons. and generate and print recipe reports.

such as 137. or the name of an RSView32 tag. and 5000 recipe units. For example. mix or don’t mix. you can download different ingredient values to the same line (identified by one tag set). 8 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro . 500 tag sets. By creating separate data sets for each product. Runs specified RSView32 commands before or after each download or upload. For example. 1000 data sets. increment a memory tag to log the number of times a recipe unit is downloaded or uploaded. such as “stop process”. Scale default. A tag set is a collection of RSView32 tags. each of which can include up to 5000 ingredients. An ingredient is the starting point of a RecipePro file. A data set is a collection of values. Uses RSView32 security codes to control which recipe units individual operators can use at runtime. suppose a facility mixes two different products on the same line during different shifts. Tag Set Data Sets Ingredient information Asterisks show row is selected. A recipe unit links any tag set to any data set in a recipe file for uploading and downloading recipe values to your automation equipment. Commands. which specifies the destinations for ingredient values. a 0 or 1 for a digital ingredient such as add or don’t add. Proportionally modifies scalable ingredient values by a specified percentage for adjustable batch sizes.RecipePro Editor Use the RecipePro Editor to configure recipe files. A recipe unit includes: Security. one tag for each ingredient. one value for each ingredient. The data can be a numeric value. a string value.

sending the values specified in a data set to the locations specified in a tag set. Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro 9 .RecipePro Operator Control Panel ActiveX control Insert the RecipePro Operator Control Panel ActiveX control in an RSView32 graphic display to configure the runtime operator interface. RecipeProUploadUnit. Downloads a recipe unit. Possible runtime functions include: downloading and uploading recipe units uploading a tag set’s values into a new data set and creating a corresponding new recipe unit proportionally scaling recipe unit values on downloads manually entering new recipe unit values before downloading previewing and verifying uploaded and downloaded values Only those ingredients for which the operator has security authorization are listed in the Preview and Manual Entry windows. Uploads a recipe unit. Opens the RecipePro Editor for the specified RecipePro file. RecipeProDownloadUnit. RSView32 RecipePro commands Installing RecipePro adds new commands to RSView32. RecipeProEdit. sending data from the locations specified in a tag set to the values specified in a data set.

2.RDB. Recipe files use the extension . From the RSView32 Project Manager.) 10 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro .rsv).rsv. data sets. click Yes to replace it with your new recipe file. and recipe units. select File > Save As. Start RSView32 and open the project named RecipePro Sample. In this scenario. The recipe file also holds instructions for applying a chocolate coating to one type of cookie.Quick Start steps The following steps guide you through configuring and running a simple RecipePro project. including its ingredients. Step 1 Create a new recipe file A RecipePro recipe file contains all of the information about a recipe. TIP For details and more information as you work through these steps. using the RecipePro Sample project (RecipePro Sample. tag sets. double-click the RecipePro Editor to create a new recipe file. To save the new recipe file. 3. we create one recipe file with two recipe units that hold the instructions for mixing two types of cookies using the same set of process tags. 1 Double-click to create a new recipe file. click the Help button on any tab. 1. (If a file with that name already exists. Type the name Quick Start.

Leave the other default values unchanged. 1 Click New Ingredient. 2 Click Apply. such as temperature. 1. An ingredient might be an element in a product.Step 2 Create ingredients A RecipePro ingredient is the starting point of a recipe file. type Chocolate Chips. 3. Create the following ingredients in the same way: Coconut Batter Base Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro 11 . or it might be an element in a process. and click Apply. such as flour. or bottle size. mixing speed. or binding agent. click the New Ingredient button. On the Ingredients tab. 2. 1 Type the ingredient name. pigment. sugar. In the Ingredients’ Name box.

Create a last ingredient named Cookie Name. click and drag column dividers in the spreadsheet. In the Ingredients’ datatype box. Select String. Click OK. 6. 2 3 Click Apply. select Digital. Select Digital. To see all of the information about your new ingredients. 12 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro . Click Apply. 1 Type ingredient name.4. select String. Create another ingredient named Chocolate Coating. 2 3 Click OK. In the Ingredients’ datatype box. 5. Click and drag divider to see more columns. 1 Type ingredient name.

A single list of ingredients can use multiple tag sets. 1 Click New Tag Set. In the Name box. 1 Double-click the column heading. Click OK. click the New Tag Set button. 3. double-click the Tag Set column heading. one tag for each ingredient in a recipe file. So that you can see the new tag set column. On the Ingredients tab. To change its name.Step 3 Create a tag set A RecipePro tag set is a collection of RSView32 tags. 2. 2 Type the tag set name and click OK. 1. Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro 13 . which specifies the destinations for ingredient values. type Cookie Process Tags. click and drag the column divider.

For each of the other ingredients. Select Tag Browser. right-click [Undefined] in the Cookie Process Tags (tag set) column. 2 Select a tag for each ingredient from the QuickStart folder.4. Click OK. attach a corresponding tag from the QuickStart folder. From the context menu. Attach RSView32 tags to each ingredient. open the QuickStart folder. 6. 14 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro . In the Folders pane of the Tag Browser window. select the tag QuickStart\ChocChips. 2 5. In the first row of the spreadsheet. In the Tags pane. 1 Double-click to open the QuickStart folder. select Tag Browser. 1 Right-click in the Tag Set column.

In the Data Set column. double-click the Data Set column heading. 1 Double-click the column heading. 2. In the Description box. Data values must be consistent with the ingredient’s data type.Step 4 Create a data set A data set is a collection of values. 3. type the following values to correspond with each ingredient: Chocolate chips — 90 Coconut — 33 Batter base — 40 Chocolate coating — 0 Cookie name — “ChocoChews” (be sure to use quotation marks) Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro 15 . mix or don’t mix. type Chewy chocolate cookies. type ChocoChews data. A single list of ingredients can use multiple data sets. To change its name. or the name of an RSView32 tag. such as 137. Click OK. and click OK. click the New Data Set button. 1. In the Name box. one value for each ingredient in a recipe file. a string value. On the Ingredients tab. Type the data set 2 name and description. The data can be a numeric value. a 0 or 1 for a digital ingredient such as add or don’t add. 1 Click New Data Set. such as “stop process”.

Create another new data set to hold ingredient values for chewy coconut cookies. Click the New Data Set button. 1 2 Type a data set name and description. In the CocoNummies data set column. Change the data set name to CocoNummies data and the description to Chewy coconut cookies. type the following values to correspond with each ingredient: Chocolate chips — 0 Coconut — 80 Batter base — 20 Chocolate coating — 1 Cookie name — “CocoNummies” (be sure to use quotation marks) 1 Type a data value for each ingredient. Double-click the column heading.1 Type a data value for each ingredient. 5. 16 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro . 4.

To create a new recipe unit for chewy chocolate cookies. 6. 1 3. To create a new recipe unit for chewy coconut cookies. In the Unit Properties window. 1. Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro 17 . Name — CocoNummies Tag set — Cookie Process Tags Data set — CocoNummies data To save the recipe file. which specifies where to download each ingredient value. and then click OK. In the RecipePro Editor. 2.Step 5 Create a recipe unit A RecipePro recipe unit links any tag set. In the Unit Properties window. click the New button. 4. On the Units tab. make these entries. click the Units tab. 5. select File > Save. with any data set. Then click the Close button. Name — ChocoChews Tag set — Cookie Process Tags Data set — ChocoChews data 1 Enter information about the recipe. and then click OK. click the New button. which holds the value for each ingredient in a recipe. click New. type these entries. and then click OK.

Leave the other entries set to the defaults. 2 Click and drag to insert the control. Save and close the graphic display. 2 Double-click Quick Start 2. select Units. To edit its properties. How you configure the control’s properties determines which RecipePro functions operators have available at runtime. 4. Use the ActiveX Toolbox to insert an ActiveX control. select Objects > ActiveX Control. 18 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro . 5. Click OK. 3. In the Default Recipe Database File box. 1 Click the RecipePro ActiveX Runtime Control. 1. Insert the RecipePro Operator Control Panel ActiveX control. In the Display area. double-click the RecipePro Operator Control Panel. Open the graphic display named Quick Start. or from the RSView32 menu. select Quick Start. 1 Click Display.Step 6 Configure an Operator Control Panel The RecipePro Operator Control Panel is an ActiveX control that you insert inside an RSView32 graphic display.

On the RecipePro Operator Control Panel. change the Download Scale Factor to 50%. select Manual Entry. 8. 2. Run your RecipePro project Run the RSView32 RecipePro project. click Quick Start Project. TIP To check your results against a completed Quick Start project. and then click Download. On the ReicpePro Operator Control Panel. Getting started with RSView32 RecipePro 19 . Click the Download button. Click the Download button. and then click Download again.Step 7 1. click the Close button. From the project main display. On the RecipePro Operator Control Panel. 2 Click Run Project. select the ChocoChews recipe unit. When you finish experimenting with your project. 5. select the CocoNummies recipe unit. In the Mode box. 7. 1 Click Run Mode. 3. Notice the process values change in the hoppers for each ingredient. Stop the project and return to Edit Mode. click the Show Finished Quick Start Display button. and then click Download. Change several ingredient values. 6. 9. Notice the process values change in the hoppers for each ingredient. 4.

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.........................................................................................................................24 Getting the information you need 21 ...........................................23 Using the index ................................................23 Exploring the RSView32 RecipePro sample project .........................22 Viewing and printing the help contents .........................23 Finding RSView32 RecipePro version information...................................................................................................................................................................................................................24 For more information..................Chapter Getting the information you need Using RSView32 RecipePro online help ..............................22 Printing a popup help topic .................................................................................................................................................................................................23 Learning more about using online help ...............................................................................................................................24 Technical support ...................

click the Contents tab. All of the individual topics contained within that book will print. To open online help while running RSView32 you can: click the Help button on any window on the RSView32 menu bar. select a book from the Contents tab. and step-by-step procedures for working with all of the features in RSView32 RecipePro. and then double-click the RSView32 RecipePro book. To print a group of help topics. Select a book and click Print to print all of the topics within that book. reference information. 22 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro .Using RSView32 RecipePro online help RSView32 RecipePro online help provides overviews. and then click the Print button. In the RSView32 Contents. doubleclick RSView32 RecipePro. click Help> Contents Viewing and printing the help contents For an overview of the RSView32 RecipePro help.

index entries are listed below. Learning more about using online help To learn tips and tricks for getting the most out of the built-in help system. Finding RSView32 RecipePro version information To find the RSView32 RecipePro version number and serial numbers. Getting the information you need 23 . click Help>Using Help. To see a topic. Using the index The help index is similar to an index in a book. listing keywords for topics in the help. double-click it here. Select RSView32 RecipePro. To see the index. As you type here.Printing a popup help topic To print a topic in a popup window. right-click it. and then click the Details button. Right-click inside a popup topic. click the Index tab. click Help>About RSView32 and click the Add-ons button. and then select Print Topic. and then select Print Topic from the context menu. on the RSView32 menu bar.

In the directory where you installed RSView32 RecipePro. look for this file: RecipePro Sample. If you cannot find the answer. Getting Results with RSView32 RSView32 User’s Guide Rockwell Software Publication ID: 9399-2SE32GR Getting Results with RSView32 Active Display system Rockwell Software Publication ID: 9399-RSVADSGR Rockwell Software Publication ID: 9399-2SE32UG Also available on the RSView32 installation CD-ROM and from the Programs>Rockwell Software>RSView32 menu. Technical support If you have a question about RSView32 RecipePro. follow the Quick Start steps found in Chapter 2 of this guide. In RSView32. call Rockwell Software Technical Support: 440-646-7800.Exploring the RSView32 RecipePro sample project Installing RSView32 RecipePro also installs a sample project that you can use to learn how to customize your own applications. When you call. you can find a wealth of information available on the Rockwell Software website. tour the RSView32 RecipePro Sample project. you should be at a computer running RSView32 RecipePro and prepared to give the following information: RSView32 and RecipePro product version numbers hardware you are using exact wording of any messages that appeared on the screen description of what happened when the problem occurred description of how you tried to solve the problem 24 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro . and to get ideas for building your own RecipePro application in RSView32. click Help>Rockwell Software on the Web. If you have a web browser installed on your computer and a current Internet connection.rsv. For more information For information about RSView32. and select a home page to view. To see a RecipePro project in action. refer to the following publications. please consult this guide or the RSView32 RecipePro online help. To step through configuring and running a simple RecipePro project on your own. or available in the RecipePro online help.

18 RecipePro runtime interface 7 runtime 19 data set 15 ingredients 11 recipe file 10 recipe unit 17 tag set 13 C Colors D Data set configure RecipePro Setup 7 Commands 7 RecipeProDownloadUnit 9 RecipeProEdit 9 RecipeProUploadUnit 9 run before or after downloads or uploads 8 change name 15.Index A ActiveX control Controls Only install Create 4 edit properties 18 insert in a graphic display 18 RecipePro Operator Control Panel 9. 18 tag set 13 Control Panel RSView32 24 RSView32 Active Display System 24 RSView32 RecipePro online help 22 Download See RecipePro Operator from RecipePro Operator Control Panel 9 runtime 19 using RecipeProDownloadUnit command 9 Control Panel Index 25 . 16 create 15 definition of 8 link to tag set 17 Defaults configure RecipePro Setup 7 Documentation Configure data set 15 ingredients 11 recipe file 10 recipe unit 17 RecipePro Operator Control Panel 9.

E Editors Installing RSView32 RecipePro configure RecipePro project defaults 7 open using RecipeProEdit command 9 RecipePro setup 7 controls only 4 full install 4 installation steps 4 on Windows NT 2 with RSView32 Active Display System 3 Internet settings F Full Install 3 4 M Manual Entry H Hardware change recipe values before downloading 9. 19 recommended requirements 2 Memory recommended requirements 2 Help online 22 RSView32 documentation 24 sample RecipePro project 24 serial numbers 23 version information 23 O Online help I import index 23 print 22 serial numbers 23 version information 23 view 22 Operator Control Panel WINtelligent Recipe files 6 Index See RecipePro Operator Control Panel online help 23 Ingredients P Preview assign data values 15 attach RSView32 tags 14 configure 8 definition of 8 quick start 11 Insert verify recipe values before uploading or downloading 9 Print online help topics 22 Project ActiveX control in graphic display 18 edit recipe file 7. 10 26 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro .

9 find serial numbers 23 find version information 23 installing 2 integrated in RSView32 7 online help 22 overview 7 parts of 7 runtime interface 7. 9 runtime Operator Control Panel 19 sample project 24 Runtime R Recipe unit RecipePro Operator Control Panel 9. 9 commands 7.Properties RSView32 RecipePro edit RecipePro Operator Control Panel ActiveX control 18 Q Quick start configure a RecipePro Operator Control Panel 18 create a data set 15 create a new recipe file 10 create a recipe unit 17 create a tag set 13 create ingredients 11 run your recipe project 19 ActiveX control 7. 19 Security configure 18 example of 9 runtime 19 RecipePro Setup configure recipe unit 8 Serial number find online 23 Software configure project-level defaults 7 Rockwell Software Technical Support operating systems 2 telephone number 24 RSView32 T Tag set documentation 24 integrated Project Manager 7 RSView32 Active Display System documentation 24 installing RSView32 RecipePro 3 change name 13 create 13 definition of 8 link to data set 17 Index 27 . 19 run recipe project 19 create 17 definition of 8 RecipePro commands S Sample project Scaling 24 RecipeProDownload Unit 9 RecipeProEdit 9 RecipeProUploadUnit 9 RecipePro Operator Control Panel configure recipe unit 8 configure RecipePro Setup 7 during runtime 9.

Tags attach to recipe ingredients 13. 14 Technical support telephone number 24 U Upload from RecipePro Operator Control Panel 9 runtime 19 using RecipeProUploadUnit command 9 V Version information find online 23 View online help topics 22 W Website find RSView32 and RecipePro information 24 Windows NT installing RSView32 RecipePro 2 Windows software WINtelligent Recipe 2 import into RSView32 RecipePro 6 28 Getting Results with RSView32 RecipePro .