Yes, you can change certain aspects of the parts within the CC editor after it has been published, but it is best to do this before you publish them. It sounds like you had the part number property set to that value. You should go to the part and under the iproperties, project tab look under the part number and see if that is what the value is.
If not can you post some images of where you are seeing this value?
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I seem to have fixed it by editing the family table in the content centre editor. Is this the only way to do it or can you do it when you first submit the part to the content center?
With some parts this is the only way to deal with this. i see this all the time. Normally I try to remember, as soon as I publish the part, edit the family table! Drives me nuts when I forget and get a part like that in my assemblies. I have noticed it normally happens on parts that are not published from an ipart, but rather from a single part model. I'm guessing this is a fitting or valve that is 1" in size?
We used to have such a problem with nuts and bolts. But now we have custom libraries with our own part numbers, filenames, stock numbers, ID numbers, ...
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