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Editing multiple Attributes of View Object in a single go

You can edit multiple attributes of Entity Object or View Object in a single shot by selecting them from Structure window and editing the values using the 'Property Inspector'.
1. Select Entity Object/View Object in the Project Window
2. 'Multi select' the attributes in the Structure Window by pressing Ctrl key followed by the attributes from the Entity Object or View Object
3. Modify the property of your interest using the Property Inspector window( Open this window if not already opened). This modification would get applied to all the selected attributes.

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