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Grest
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Registered: ‎11-15-2002
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Inventor 6 Getting Started Workbook

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11-13-2002 01:31 AM
I can not find the correct files for Chapter 6 of this workbook. I need the correct file IV6_E06_05.IAM the CD that came with Inventor has the wrong file.
Anyone else having this problem?
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Re: Inventor 6 Getting Started Workbook

11-14-2002 10:05 PM in reply to: Grest

Hello "Grest",

 

After seeing this posting, I put on my "Columbo"
overcoat and investigated this exercise and the associated assembly and part
files with a more technical eye.  My findings were that the exercise
and exercise files appear to be working as
described.  May I suggest
 the
following:

 

1) Make sure you follow the steps exactly as
described.  Immediately after creating a new presentation

face=Arial size=2> file, and then using the Create View tool to open the
assembly 
file, you are asked to select
the 
"Internal Components" design view. 
This design view turns the visibility of the two outer components (cylinder and
cylinder head) off, leaving the internal components visible.  If you do not
use 
this design view, the assembly may
appear as the wrong file.

 

2) Make sure the active project is: 
Getting_Started_Exercises as described in the Introduction
section of the Getting Started Exercises. If this is not the active
project, you 
may not have access to the
"Internal Components" design view after selecting the assembly
file.

 

Cheers,

 

RodneyK

Mechanical Training Development and QA
Manager


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I
can not find the correct files for Chapter 6 of this workbook. I need the
correct file IV6_E06_05.IAM the CD that came with Inventor has the wrong file.

Anyone else having this problem?
New Member
Grest
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎11-15-2002
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Re:

11-15-2002 05:22 AM in reply to: Grest
Thanks
I'll try it again.
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