Export to Creo View and 3D PDF

Export to Creo View and 3D PDF

From the Save a Copy dialog box, you can export your 3D model to the Creo View formats .ed, .edz, .pvs, and .pvz. When you select to save to one of these formats, Options is activated. Click Options to open the Creo View Export Profile Settings dialog box. From the Save a Copy dialog box you can also save to the file types PDF, PDF U3D, mn and U3D, to export into the .pdf or .u3d file formats. When you select one of these formats and click OK, an export settings dialog box opens related to format you select. In this dialog box, you can specify a wide range of settings for the export operation.

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