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How to update/refresh a modified style in Inventor?

A - answer Styles and standards you edit with the style eeditor (Format > Styles and standards editor, command SE), are automatically updated (refreshed) also in all relevant drawing views.

There is an exception to this rule - the styles which have the setting "Default" in their definition (parameters). Such styles are not associative and can be used only for the initial setting of object styles - they are not connected to the individual instances of drawing objects. If you want to make changes to the appearance of such objects, you have to update them individually. This applies e.g. to hatch pattern definitions (details, sections). You can edit hatches by righ-clicking, choosing Edit and reselecting the same style.

Inventor
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4.6.2008    9465×  
applies to: Inventor ·

See also:
Tip 12828:How to quickly delete 3rd party links to external objects in Inventor?
Tip 12815:How to fill iProperties into Inventor files from Excel?
Tip 12697:Opposite angle for angular dimensions in Inventor drawings (iLogic).
Tip 12520:How to set Inventor Display style and Lighting style from an iLogic macro?
Tip 12462:Mass- (table-) rename parameters in Inventor.


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