While entering and plotting a metes and bounds description using COGO, or after doing so, is there a way to correct an entry of bearing and/or distance that was made for a point and have the coordinates automatically adjusted for the entries made for the points following that point?

For example, say that I have the following description:

1) Begin at point 1 (coordinates 0,0);

2) Then North 100 feet to point 2 (coordinates 0,100);

3) Then East 200 feet to point 3 (coordinates 200,100);

4) Then South 100 feet to point 4 (coordinates 200,0);

5) Then West 200 feet to beginning point 1(coordinates 0,0).

Let say that after I’ve made all the entries, I discover that for entry 3 I accidentally entered East 150 feet instead of East 200 feet. Because of my false entry, the coordinates for point 3 were thrown off and became 150,100 rather than 200,100, the coordinates for point 4 became 150,0 rather than 200,0, and the coordinates for the end of the last call became -50,0, rather than 0,0.

Is there a way to correct entry 3 to produce the correct coordinates 200,100 for point three and automatically correct the coordinates for the two calls following that call?

I know this must be really simple. But I'm still new at the software and haven't been able to find a lead on this so far.

Thanks,

Billy