This tutorial will show you how to find a component in the model tree. For example, a part that might be located several sub-assemblies down. This method will use the main graphics window and an ICON to find the desired component that is hidden in the model tree. It will automatically scroll the model tree to the component, highlight it and expand the model tree, revealing the location.... (Show more)(Show less)
When a drawing is created, Creo uses a drawing setup file (dtl file) to set all the options. You need to create a new drawing setup file (dtl file) that is unique to your company and your drawing standards. That dtl file should contain the settings for options including font, text, size, and arrow length. If you have already done this for existing drawings you should be able to leverage this already-created drawing setup file.
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This white paper shares a couple of tricks for Creo 3.0 from our experienced PTC University instructors that you won’t find in the manuals.
• One-Click Switching Between Windows
• Viewing Geometry From Another Angle
• Simplifying the Smart Filter