How to create more than one reference mask?
A reference is attached that contains multiple areas in different locations which need to be hidden in the master file.
1. See image 1 below, a reference is attached, the text area1 and area3 each need a reference mask applied
2. Start the Place Fence tool and expand the tool by clicking the drop down arrow on the right (see image 2)3. Place a fence around the text, area14. Give the fence a name, 'a' for example, by using the Create Named Fence From Active Fence button (the save icon in Place Fence tool, see image 2)5. After naming the first fence, right click in the view to reset the tool6. Place a second fence around area3 and give this fence a name also, 'b' for example, as in step 47. In the Place Fence tool, select the first fence, 'a', and click on Activate Named Fence (the folder icon, see image 2)
8. Select the reference file name in the References dialog and click on Mask Reference9. Left click once in the view to accept10. Start the Place Fence tool once more and Activate the second Named Fence, 'b'11. Repeat step 8 and 9 to mask the area3 text12. Deselect the reference by clicking in the empty space in the References dialog, the two reference masks are now in place (see image 3)