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Why does Inventor load my assembly in Express Mode?

A - answer By default, Inventor 2014 loads IAM assemblies in standard (full) mode and uses the Express mode only on demand (see Assemble > Productivity, or the checkbox in Open > Options...). But if an assembly contains more than 500 parts (referenced files) and the Express mode is available, this assembly is opened directly in the Express mode. This behaviour and the number of files can be set in the Application options on the Assembly tab:

Assembly options in Inventor 2014 (CZ)

If you have your IAM assembly opened in the fast Express mode (will be indicated as shown below) and you need one of those editing functions which require the full mode, you can use the button "Load Full" (available in all ribbon tabs).

Load Full (CZ)

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23.4.2013    2632x  
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applies to: Inventor 2014 ·

See also:
Tip 10192:Wrong results when adding or subtracting °C temperatures in Revit.
Tip 9783:Parameters for number of pattern elements (from a given length).
Tip 9751:The option "Open Express" is grayed for an Inventor assembly.
Tip 9630:Inventor trick - conditional parameters (without iLogic)
Tip 9340:Using iLogic to parse IPT filename and populate iProperties.


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