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mdwildcat
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??Sectioning??

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03-11-2011 10:55 AM

I am looking into Inventor Publisher.  I have not been able to section in Publisher.  I wanted to see if there was anyway to do this?  If I can not do this then Publisher wont work for me.  Thanks.

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Jon.Balgley
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Re: ??Sectioning??

03-11-2011 11:06 AM in reply to: mdwildcat

Publisher 2011 has very limited sectioning capabilities.  The "section" command is in the ribbon, and typically says "Section Top" by default, but you can section the model with any arbitrary plane.

 

Stay tuned, though.  Autodesk will be announcing the new version soon (not sure of the exact date).  Not allowed to say anything before then.



Jon Balgley
Autodesk Configurator 360 / Inventor ETO team
Autodesk, Inc.

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mdwildcat
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Re: ??Sectioning??

03-11-2011 11:27 AM in reply to: Jon.Balgley

Thanks,  Ill look into it and wait and see what the new version will be able to do.  And I do understand that your not allowed to say anything untill after the announment.  If any way once that happens that you would be able to give me any aditional information?

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