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Saving Views in Presentation

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11-19-2002 01:33 PM
It sounds like a silly question ,being new to inventor,
I'm trying to save a view in Inventor Presentation so I cacan retrieve it anytime, just like you'd do it in Autocad. I cant seem to find this function or something similar. Every time I rotate the view and want to
go back to a particular view, I just can't.

Does anyone know?

Thanks,
Cheech
*Munro, Neil
Message 2 of 3 (55 Views)

Re: Saving Views in Presentation

11-19-2002 01:59 PM in reply to: cheech
There is a VBA macro available that can save and restore multiple views
(even saves them between sessions) in part, assembly and presentation files.
It is available at www.mymcad.com, www.cbliss.com/inventor/icode or
www.sdotson.com

Neil

"cheech" wrote in message
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It sounds like a silly question ,being new to inventor,
I'm trying to save a view in Inventor Presentation so I cacan retrieve it
anytime, just like you'd do it in Autocad. I cant seem to find this function
or something similar. Every time I rotate the view and want to
go back to a particular view, I just can't.
Does anyone know?
Thanks,
Cheech
*Autodesk\
Message 3 of 3 (55 Views)

Re: Saving Views in Presentation

11-19-2002 02:25 PM in reply to: cheech
You can create multiple explosions of the same
assembly in the same presentation document.

To preserve the "view", as you call it , just use
the "Save camera" command (context menu on the Explosion in the browser). 
This way each explosion could represent a different "view".

 

Bob

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