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Enumeration lists for Inventor parameters.

A - answer Autodesk Inventor 2011 (and higher) supports predefined enumeration lists of values for geometrical parameters in 3D part models.

When entering dimensions (parameters) you can choose from a predefined list of allowed values:

Using enumeration parameters (CZ version shown)

You can setup this list (enumeration) by mouse right-clicking on the respective parameter and choosing the function "Edit multi-value list". So you can add new items to the list of allowed values. You can also enable or disable entering of other, user-specified values:

Setting the enumeration parameters (CZ version shown)

More options for enumeration lists of predefined allowable values are available in the Inventor iLogic module.

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26.11.2010    5095×  
applies to: Inventor 2011 ·

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