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File open ceates a cycle???

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11-04-2002 03:15 AM
I am trying to open an .iam file that a pack and go was performed on. When I try to open this file, I get the message that opening this file will cause a cycle and inventor asks me to open another. Any help or thoughts would be helpful. Thanks
*Dotson, Sean
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Re: File open ceates a cycle???

11-04-2002 05:33 AM in reply to: kckoons
Is it the file resolution dialogue?  for
example, is it asking you to find a file and giving you a thumbnail view and a
bunch of path information?  If so then you need to brush up on project
files.  The pack and go should have created a project file for use with the
packed project.  Did you load this project file first?


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I
am trying to open an .iam file that a pack and go was performed on. When I try
to open this file, I get the message that opening this file will cause a cycle
and inventor asks me to open another. Any help or thoughts would be helpful.
Thanks

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