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Can you Re-order indented subasy in Part list"? 2014

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01-24-2014 02:22 PM

I created a sub with in a sub that I exploded on the part list & discusovered I need to consecutively re-order the child (X.XX) numbers but I cannot figure out how.

 

In the part list below I'd like to re-order the 1.30, 1.31, 1.32 etc. I got in this predicament because I had manually changed the 1.XX to match the description number (highlighted).

 

Using the reorder button will just remove the .XX's. Clicking on the + symbol next to the subasy will collapase the 1.XX numbers so I can use the re-order button but exposing them again they are still in the wrong consecutive order.

 

Reorder part list.jpg

 

Gary

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gcross
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Re: Can you Re-order indented subasy in Part list"? 2014

01-29-2014 06:16 PM in reply to: gcross

I figured it out.

 

All I had to do was select the specific lines while editing the part list & do a sort. Then it sorts just the lines selected...duh, I shoud've know it would be that easy.

 

Thanks Don for replying via email.

 

Gary

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