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conbuc
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Can I place an empty .ipt file into an assembly then start working on it?

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10-19-2012 11:09 AM

Can I place an empty .ipt file into an assembly then start working on it?

 

Or do I have to create the new part, save it, then go into my assembly and place it?

 

Thanks.

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10-19-2012 11:29 AM in reply to: conbuc

Hi conbuc,

 

If you go to the Assemble tab and use the Create button, you can choose a template to create an empty *.ipt from and place it into the assembly.

 

I hope this helps.
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Curtis
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Re: Can I place an empty .ipt file into an assembly then start working on it?

10-22-2012 07:16 AM in reply to: Curtis_Waguespack

That button was staring right at me...thanks!

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