A function where a "desktop folder" can be added inorder to add/view documents from the desktop/finder directly into PLM360. The folder to be added should be connected to a certain workspace, where the user can chose which workspaces should be able to "share" information.
The folder should be a direct connection through the username and password from the user, where permissions should be added depending on what role the user has.
Similar to dropbox, but with the added finess of PLM360.
It would be helpful for all workspaces when displaying a detail record that the Item header and tabs and any available buttons (edit, save/cancel) remain fixed at the top of the screen when you have to scroll down to access or view the detail information on the record.
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I have an Excel application I would like to run in PLM 360. It uses VBA and could draw from data in PLM 360. It is a relatively large application and has a large screen footprint which means there must be capability to scroll to the right to see important data.
Perhaps this capability already exists and I'm not aware of it. Since many of us are coming from spreadsheet intensive environments it might make the transition easier for us if we could use our Excel applications directly in PLM 360.
The Header/Footer artifact is ok, but it lacks the ability to have a header/footer on each and every page.
This does not act like a true header and footer which you expect to see when working in other applications like MS Word. Currently if feels as though it is printed from a web page, rather than a document.
I understand this could be a different issue to solve, but it would be good if the prints could be made a little more neater and professional by allowing a header and footer on each page to make it look more like a proper document.
Previously I was able to create a custom print/form in 360 and it worked well enough BUT I could have used more functionality.
I would prefer to be able to use a scanned document as the basis of my custom print. In that custom print I want to overlay the desired fields in the correct spacial location on the scanned document. In usage within an item I want a particupant to see the document directly an enter in the required feilds as needed (error checking and all). This is the same workflow as filling in a PDF file but instead it would 360-matized.