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Titles on Creo 3.0 Simulate Results Windows

cbarron
1-Newbie

Titles on Creo 3.0 Simulate Results Windows

Does anyone know if there is a way of making the title of a results window visible in Creo 3.0 Simulate (M020)? This was possible easily in Creo Simulate 2.0 and now it does not do it. Is this a bug or is there an option I am not ticking?

Many thanks.


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346gnu
12-Amethyst
(To:cbarron)

Colin,

The short answer is ... no.

In Creo 3, the title is only where I have indicated.

Your options are limited to

1. Annotating in the software

2. Grabbing the window and annotating using the drawing tools in Excel, Paint.net, Paintshop ...

The image below is using the annotations in the software

However, I am not satisfied with the control one has over the print function from within the s/w and life is much higher resolution using 3rd party grabbing and sizing tools methods.

Regards

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346gnu
12-Amethyst
(To:cbarron)

Colin,

Does this help?

Titles are no longer along the bottom of the window

Regards

cbarron
1-Newbie
(To:346gnu)

Charles

Thank you very much for your response.

What I would like is for the title to be in the window so that when I "print" a plot it has the title in it, see Creo 2 example attached. Is there any way to achieve this in Creo 3.0?mast_impact_2.jpg

346gnu
12-Amethyst
(To:cbarron)

Colin,

The short answer is ... no.

In Creo 3, the title is only where I have indicated.

Your options are limited to

1. Annotating in the software

2. Grabbing the window and annotating using the drawing tools in Excel, Paint.net, Paintshop ...

The image below is using the annotations in the software

However, I am not satisfied with the control one has over the print function from within the s/w and life is much higher resolution using 3rd party grabbing and sizing tools methods.

Regards

cbarron
1-Newbie
(To:346gnu)

Charles

Thank you again for your response. You have been very helpful.

I was hoping that you might say its remedied in an update or I am missing something but it seems more like PTC have removed a feature that I took for granted. Never mind. I will have to work around.

Thanks again.

Colin

gkoch
1-Newbie
(To:cbarron)

Hello Colin,

presuming your agreement (based on your last post), I will mark Charles' answer as Correct Answer, to signal this issue has been clarified

Thanks,

Gunter

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