Renumbering Structural Elements
In RFEM and RSTAB, there are various options to renumber the individual structural elements, such as nodes, lines, members, surfaces, or solids. Two options are available for renumbering: singly and automatically.
With the first option, you can select the elements in the system graphically; with the second option, the elements must be selected in advance. If you select the option "Renumbering - Automatically", you can change the numbering of several elements at once, specifying the priority of coordinates on the axis.
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