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drawing reps in drawings

cadjunky
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drawing reps in drawings

I would like to know if I can use different simplified reps in the same
drawing and how it would be done. One view showing a flat state and the
other a formed state. I have already created the reps themselves in the
part file, just having trouble sorting them into the drawing file. I am
new to Pro sheetmetal and Pro E in general, so sorry for the basic
question.



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Steve;
Do you need simp. reps.? Could you do the same thing using setup> flat
state and saving the flat state of the formed part as an instance?
Jim
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