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LeafRiders
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Subassembly Composer - Update existing Custom SAs

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11-27-2012 06:20 PM

What's the easiest way to update an existing custom SA once it's in the drawing.

 

For example i have some coding that I'd like to change and this particular SA is in use 10 times in my file in different ways. I used the Subassembly Composer to create the original custom SA.

 

It's not as easy as saving the file over top of the existing .pkt file, if it was I wouldn't be here. It seems to be behaving like a block would. I need to redefine the Subassembly in order for it to update in the drawing. How is best to do this and is there any tricks to the process. When do i need to open and close Civil in order to apply the new changes.

 

Do I need to update the SA in my tool palette as well?  Any and all information that will save me smashing my computer would be great. Thanks. :smileywink:

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mathewk
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Re: Subassembly Composer - Update existing Custom SAs

11-27-2012 10:24 PM in reply to: LeafRiders
http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-Civil-3D/Update-Subassembly/td-p/3431467
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