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Manage the Lifecycle of any Document

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With the advent of the Vault 2010 products from Autodesk, most people have realized the potential for using Vault to manage their drawing release process. What many people don’t immediately realize is how Vault can also be used to manage the lifecycle of other document types as well.

This can be a great advantage to groups outside of engineering who need secure access to data beyond CAD, and who also need to contribute their own documents relevant to a product. As an example, marketing could load a design specification document into Vault that then gets attached to the master engineering CAD data to track the relationship between these documents and any changes to either of them.

Check out this video showing the modification and addition of non-CAD files to Vault:

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Contributed by Ben of the CAD Geeks

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