Once you have created a document containing dynamic Efofex objects, you might have a document that looks like this, with some objects sharing parameters and some objects using their own unique set of parameters.
In this example we have two objects sharing parameter set 1, one object with its own parameter set (2) and a final object that does not use parameters.
Two regenerate parameters for this document you will need to:
|1.||Double click/edit the normal distribution curve and push the regenerate button. When you return to your document you will have a diagram with updated parameters.|
|2.||Double click/edit the first equation which shares parameter set one with the normal distribution curve. It will automatically load the updated parameters and re-render itself. You do NOT need to regenerate parameters for this object as it has already been done.|
|3.||Double click/edit the second equation and push the regenerate button. When you return to your document you will have a new version of the equation.|
|4.||You do not need to open or edit the Koch snowflake as it has no built-in parameters.|
This process can be automated if you are using Word on a Windows machine.