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How to split a multi-sheet Inventor drawing to individual files?

A - answer If you need to split your multi-sheet drawing in Inventor into the individual separate single-sheet drawings, you can use the VBA macro CADstudio SplitDrawing.

Load the file (project) SplitDrawing.ivb in the Inventor VBA Editor (Load project) and then in the ribbon Tools > Options > Macros run the macro "Module1.SplitDrawing".

SplitDrawing splits the current drawing document into the individual drawings named as the pattern (example): MyDrawing_Sheet1_MyModelA.idw, MyDrawing_Sheet2_MyModelB.idw, etc.

SplitDrawing can be downloaded from www.cadstudio.cz/download

You can also use the iLogic rule SplitDrawing available on CAD Studio's Helpdesk.

Invenrtor2012Inventor2010
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15.3.2011    7929×  
applies to: Invenrtor2012 · Inventor 2010 ·

See also:
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Tip 12136:Security settings for Inventor data files and add-on applications.
Tip 10266:How to change the iProperty "Standard" for parts from Content Center?
Tip 9935:How to distinguish between an assembly and weldment in VBA or iLogic?


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