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CMPRO Fast Task: Revise Document using the Enterprise Change Forms Process

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CMPRO is Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software that manages engineering, configuration, inventory, and product data.

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CMPRO Fast Task: Revise Document using the Enterprise Change Forms Process

  1. 1. • Within the Enterprise form process, the Enterprise Change Notice (E-CN) provides authorization to schedule revision and release of documents. • User must be an Admin, owner of document or have Edit Not Owned (ENO) function assigned in order to revise a document. • E-mail notification announces that document on change schedule is ready for revision. Scenario: Revise Document using the Enterprise Change Forms Process Path: Search; All Workflow Forms Fast Task – Revise Document 1 FT00016
  2. 2. 2 Locate Document If link in e-mail notification was not selected, can view and revise via Search; All Workflow Forms.
  3. 3. 3 Select Desired Document The icon to the left of the record number is the link to the document.
  4. 4. 4An approved and released E-CN provides the authorization to create / revise the items listed on the impact matrix. The record to be revised can be accessed via the View Change Schedule link. E-CN Detail Screen
  5. 5. 5Select the record number link to access its Detail screen; then select the Revise link on the Detail screen. Select Record to Revise
  6. 6. Revise Document Window The fields in the Revise Document window are auto-populated, but can be manually edited. 6
  7. 7. Revise and Submit 7 The New Rev field displays what the new revision level will be upon release of record.
  8. 8. This has been a Fast Task To view more Fast Tasks and learn more about CMPRO’s features and functions, go to CMPROficiency. © 2015 Professional SystemsAssociates, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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