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How to find which version of Inventor has saved a file?

A - answer If you have a folder with IPT, IAM, IDW, and other Inventor file types, you can find out their Inventor "authoring" version (including the service pack level) - both the original version in which the document was first created and the latest version that last saved that particular document.

To view this information, right-click on the Inventor document in Windows Explorer or in another file manager and select iProperties. The Details tab then displays the "Created with" and "Last Update with" fields with the Inventor version (release) and build numbers.

Even more useful is the bulk feature. From the Windows Start menu, launch the Design Assistant application (in the Inventor folder) and use File > Open Folder to open the folder with the Inventor files you are examining. Their names will be displayed. Use View > Customize:

and add a column to the view the property "Last update with" (or also "Created with"):

In the list of all documents, the information about the "authoring" version (release) of Inventor has now been added:

Inventor
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See also:
Tip 13459:DWG drawing version history directly in AutoCAD.
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Tip 11983:How to use iLogic code to fill username into iProperties?
Tip 10258:Digital signature of CAD files in the DWFx format.
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