A recipe displayed
in either the R.1 or the R.2 recipe panel of the Recipe to Formula
environment may be "sent" to the Formula to Recipe environment
where the recipe may be recreated using new materials.
During this
process the displays in the Recipe to Formula environment will be
unaffected.
Exporting
to Formula to Recipe
Fig.1 shows
the Cone 10 Glaze displayed in the R.1 panel. This recipe may be
sent to the Formula to Recipe environment in two ways:
 by selecting
the Send Recipe To ... Formula to Recipe
Environment item on the Recipe to Formula menu (Fig.1)
This may also be achieved by pressing the F10 key
 by clicking
the
button
Fig.1
Exporting Using the Menu Selection 
Fig.2
the Formula to Recipe after using the menu export option. 
Using
the menu export option shown in Fig.1 above the Formula to
Recipe environment is displayed with the Cone 10 Glaze recipe
loaded (Fig.2).
The full
range of actions in the Formula to Recipe environment are
available.
To start
creating a new recipe you must click the
button. More ...
To change
the displayed formula (Cone 10 Glaze) click the Change
Form button. More ...

Exporting
From Recipe to Formula using the
button
If you use the
button at the bottom of either the R.1 or the R.2 recipe panel (Fig.3)
you will arrive at the Formula to Recipe environment which displays
as shown in Fig.4.

This option
will export the recipe to the Formula to Recipe environment
as with the first option but will prepare the Formula to Recipe
environment for immediately creating a new recipe.
You do
with one click what you could do with two clicks if you used
the menu option shown in Fig.1


For more
information about the process of creating a new recipe from
a formula go to:
Making
a New Recipe from a Formula ...

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