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importing ProE 2001 files

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11-19-2002 10:38 AM
We have both ProE and Inventor at the office. I can't seem to bring in models created in ProE 2001 into Inventor 5.3. There is a message saying that it can't handle version 2001 files. Is there an update or something I need or am I just out of luck?

Thanks in advance.
Andy
*Keller, Kent
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Re: importing ProE 2001 files

11-19-2002 10:59 AM in reply to: andysongtn
I think you need them to export the ProE stuff as Step files.

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"andysongtn" wrote in message
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> We have both ProE and Inventor at the office. I can't seem to bring in
models created in ProE 2001 into Inventor 5.3. There is a message saying
that it can't handle version 2001 files. Is there an update or something I
need or am I just out of luck?
> Thanks in advance.
> Andy
>
*Dotson, Sean
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Re: importing ProE 2001 files

11-19-2002 09:30 PM in reply to: andysongtn
I agree with Kent.  That's what we do when we
have to share ProE data.  The import function in Inventor is for before
release 18 (I think it is) ProE files.


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We
have both ProE and Inventor at the office. I can't seem to bring in models
created in ProE 2001 into Inventor 5.3. There is a message saying that it
can't handle version 2001 files. Is there an update or something I need or am
I just out of luck?

Thanks in advance.
Andy

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