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To achieve the necessary result you can perform the following:
1. Open the .rlinq file in Visual Designer.
2. From Model Object Explorer open the diagram that holds the interface.
3. In Model Object Explorer, expand the diagram that holds the class you need to implement the interface.
4. Drag-and-drop the class next to the interface and add inheritance between them.
5. Save the .rlinq file.
Optional: If you do not want two diagrams to contain one and the same class, you can choose which one of them should not hold it
and do the following:
1. In Model Object Explorer, expand the digram that should not have the class in it.
2. Locate the class, right-click on it and select Delete From Diagram.
3. Save the .rlinq file.
Note that after you create the inheritance between the class and the interface (and save the model) deleting the class from one of the diagrams will not break the inheritance.
I hope this helps. If you have additional questions, do not hesitate to get back to us.
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