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Project Overview. Pros and Cons. Project Goals. Design For Assembly Application. Project Description. Approach. Difficulties. Run DFA Application. Instructions: Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows: Create document in Word.

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Project overview l.jpg

Project Overview

Pros and Cons

Project Goals

Design For Assembly Application

Project Description

Approach

Difficulties

Run DFA Application


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  • Instructions:

  • Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

  • Create document in Word.

  • Return to PowerPoint.

  • From Insert Menu, select Object…

  • Click “Create from File”

  • Locate File name in “File” box

  • Make sure “Display as Icon” is checked.

  • Click OK

  • Select icon

  • From Slide Show Menu, Select Action Settings.

  • Click “Object Action” and select “Edit”

  • Click OK

Project Goals

  • To explore the design process

  • To take a project from concept to implementation

  • To use concepts explored in class


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  • Instructions:

  • Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

  • Create document in Word.

  • Return to PowerPoint.

  • From Insert Menu, select Object…

  • Click “Create from File”

  • Locate File name in “File” box

  • Make sure “Display as Icon” is checked.

  • Click OK

  • Select icon

  • From Slide Show Menu, Select Action Settings.

  • Click “Object Action” and select “Edit”

  • Click OK

Description

  • To develop a DFA application using Visual Basic

  • Logistics and data flow are stressed

  • Data validation

  • User progress tracked


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  • Instructions:

  • Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

  • Create document in Word.

  • Return to PowerPoint.

  • From Insert Menu, select Object…

  • Click “Create from File”

  • Locate File name in “File” box

  • Make sure “Display as Icon” is checked.

  • Click OK

  • Select icon

  • From Slide Show Menu, Select Action Settings.

  • Click “Object Action” and select “Edit”

  • Click OK

Approach

  • Basically use the technique laid out in class

  • KISS (keep it simple, silly!)

  • Allows new users to converse about DFA parameters quickly


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  • Instructions:

  • Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

  • Create document in Word.

  • Return to PowerPoint.

  • From Insert Menu, select Object…

  • Click “Create from File”

  • Locate File name in “File” box

  • Make sure “Display as Icon” is checked.

  • Click OK

  • Select icon

  • From Slide Show Menu, Select Action Settings.

  • Click “Object Action” and select “Edit”

  • Click OK

Pros and cons

  • Strengths

    • user interface is less intimidating

    • “information overload”

    • GUI is pleasing

  • Weaknesses

    • operations database

    • ability to enter functions to simualte elapsed times


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  • Instructions:

  • Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

  • Create document in Word.

  • Return to PowerPoint.

  • From Insert Menu, select Object…

  • Click “Create from File”

  • Locate File name in “File” box

  • Make sure “Display as Icon” is checked.

  • Click OK

  • Select icon

  • From Slide Show Menu, Select Action Settings.

  • Click “Object Action” and select “Edit”

  • Click OK

Difficulties

  • Getting started was most difficult

    • needed to design a GUI which was

      • logical

      • easy to follow

      • quick to learn

      • idiot proof

  • Miscellaneous file management issues (printing, saving, etc.)


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  • Instructions:

  • Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

  • Create document in Word.

  • Return to PowerPoint.

  • From Insert Menu, select Object…

  • Click “Create from File”

  • Locate File name in “File” box

  • Make sure “Display as Icon” is checked.

  • Click OK

  • Select icon

  • From Slide Show Menu, Select Action Settings.

  • Click “Object Action” and select “Edit”

  • Click OK

Run DFA

Run DFA Application


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