The Toolbar (Concrete Beam)

Last modified by Fredrik Lagerström on 2021/05/17 08:12


  1. New
    Starts a new calculation. This means that everything that has been defined earlier will be deleted.
  2. Open
    Retrieves input data from a previous calculation. A list on saved input data files (that ends with CBS) will be shown.
  3. Save
    Saves input data for the current calculation in a file with the current file name. Save is only to be used after having used Save as.
  4. Copy
    The currently active window is copied to the clipboard, as a bitmap, where other Windows programs can retrieve it.
  5. Print
    Used for printing input data and results.
  6. Geometri & loads
    Shows a picture of current geometry and current loads.
  7. Moment and shear-force
    Shows analysis results as diagrams. This option is available if an analysis has been performed for the latest input data.
  8. Reinforcement Layout
    Shows a picture of the design results. This option is available if a design has been performed.
  9. Curtailing
    Activates the window where curtailing handling can be done. This option is available if a design has been done.
  10. Curtailing-layer by layer
    Makes it possible to layer-by-layer change the length of the bars.
  11. Curtailing-bar by bar
    Makes it possible to bar-by-bar change the length of the bars.
  12. Deflections
    Shows a picture of deflections. This option is available if a calculation has been done in the Serviceability Limit State.
  13. Zoom all
    The picture is fit to the drawing area at its maximum.
  14. Pan
    Makes it possible to move the picture in an optional direction.
  15. Zoom in
    A specified area can be enlarged.
  16. Zoom out
    The picture is diminished stepwise.
  17. Previous view
    Used for toggle back to an earlier zooming mode.
  18. Next view
    Used for toggle back to an earlier zooming mode.
  19. Preview view
    Makes it possible to preview and then also print the graphic picture that is currently active.
  20. Grid
    Shows/hides a grid.
  21. Axes
    Shows/hides the auxiliary axes.
  22. Show info
    Shows program information, version number etc.