Wow - nice aircraft seat - much nicer than what I normally sit in.
1. Place each file on a web accessible location.
2. Provide one hyperlink per file that the user can click on.
3. Set up a web page that loads the file into Freewheel using the URL to its web location.
I'd also like to be able to do this. If I'm understanding the OP correctly, the question is really how to create multi-sheet DWF files.
I see mention of being able to combine DWFs in Design Review, but can't find where to do it.
The aircraft example supplied by the OP appears to show multiple sections in a single DWF. I don't know if the proper term is 'section' or 'page' or 'sheet' or what, but I've tried using Design Reps and LOD's in an assembly, but all my DWF's show 'Section 1/1'
Am I missing something? How did the airplane creator get multiple sections in the DWF?
Many thanks in advance.
PS - I do understand the ability to create seperate hyperlinks to view seperate files.... just trying to understand the DWF format.
Thanks, Scott. I did eventually dig that up, but it wasn't easily found.
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