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Merge, Import, C/P Markups - and a Comment

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10-07-2010 12:54 PM

Has anyone figured out a trick to copy/paste your markups from one sheet to another, and get them to drop in the same spot?  I know there isn’t a "Merge/Import Markups" feature yet but there should be.  Using c/p and then trying to select and move is all we can do...and it’s a painful process.  I’ll give you credit in one respect... at least now when you c/p multiple markups, it retains the individual markup properties, rather than converting them all to one new markup.


And before anyone suggests using AutoCAD and the Markup Set Mgr to merge markups...I don’t see it as an efficient workflow option.


ADR Team: Please give this feature some attention.  Even a “Copy with Basepoint” option would get us halfway there.  Typical workflow dictates that multiple people will review and submit from the same documents (or DWF's).  For the most part ADR tools fit and improve the typical workflow.  It seems like an golden opportunity to improve this particular workflow.   I’m not a programmer, but it seems to me “Compare” takes more computing power than a Merge/Import Markups function would.

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Re: Merge, Import, C/P Markups - and a Comment

10-09-2010 12:53 AM in reply to: robbsub

Thank you for your suggestion.


I have logged this wishlist to the Feature Request System.


SQA Engineer
Autodesk, Inc.

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Re: Merge, Import, C/P Markups - and a Comment

10-22-2012 04:31 PM in reply to: robbsub

It would be great paste at same point on each sheet (or an easy way to pick and choose each page that you would like to paste to)

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