|This task explains how to route from the end of a path reservation, boundary, or run.|
|If you route an element with the same type and parameter values as the "source" element (i.e., the element from which the path reservation is routed), you can specify whether the new element you route is a continuation of the source element or a separate element. If you want to use the "Continue" option, be sure that the parent for the source element is active before you begin.|
|1||Select the Path Reservation
The Routing dialog box is displayed.
|2.||Define the routing parameters.
See Creating a Path Reservation on an Area for instructions.
|3.||Select the element
from which you want to route.
|If you want to route the path reservation, boundary, or run as a continuation of the existing element, you must select the solid circle (i.e., the support line endpoint).|
|4.||Select the appropriate Continue option.|
|5.||Click in the drawing to define the routing points.|
|6.||Double-click the last point to stop routing.|