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How to change all partslist cells to non-static?

A - answer If you have overwritten values of some cells in Inventor partslist, these values are "static" - they do not recalculate. When you want to change them back to recalculated cells, you can use the following VBA macro (you can also use it in iLogic):

Dim drawing As DrawingDocument  
Dim sheet As Sheet  
Dim pList As PartsList  
Dim pListRow As PartsListRow  
Dim pListCell As PartsListCell  
Dim cellIndex As Integer  
 
drawing = ThisApplication.ActiveDocument  
 
For Each sheet In drawing.Sheets  
For Each pList In sheet.PartsLists  
For Each pListRow In pList.PartsListRows  
For cellIndex = 1 To pList.PartsListColumns.count  
pListCell = pListRow.Item(cellIndex)  
pListCell.Static = False  
Next  
Next  
Next  
Next
 
Inventor
100% *  CAD 
21.8.2012    5108×  
applies to: Inventor ·

See also:
Tip 12392:Export unfolds of sheetmetal parts to DXF - parameters for iLogic and VBA
Tip 12046:Random shape and appearance of an Inventor part or assembly.
Tip 11868:Open just a part of a DWG drawing - layers, views.
Tip 11732:How to sort BOM or parts list by part number in Inventor? (iLogic)
Tip 10033:How to export BOM with all assembly levels from Inventor?


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