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Combine drawing templates using Sheet Formats!

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In my travels I still see a lot users thinking they need a separate template file for each sheet size. This isn’t wrong, it works well for AutoCAD but Inventor has a solution and they’re called Sheet Formats!

A sheet format is a saved combination of…
• Size
• Landscape/Portrait
• a Title Block
• a Border and…
• Base and Projected Views
Watch and Learn!
http://www.screencast.com/t/YzJiMWVjZWU
Blogged by Josh, Yet another CAD Geek

Automating Detail Parts List Using Templates

Speaking with a customer recently I found that everytime they would create a parts list for a single detail they would go through the steps of adding a parts list then add column information an so on. Well this adds up in time especialy when you do a couple hundred details. Lets take a look at changing this process for them. In there case they want to show a detail number, material and overall domensions for there parts list. I will use a template file for getting my overall dimension easily and add some information to my template title block. Lets take a look.

Let’s take a look
http://www.screencast.com/t/g9Ph9zjQ2b
Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

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