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importing Pro-E in Creo

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importing Pro-E in Creo

I opened a pro-E file in Creo3 but the names of all the parts are displayed obscuring the assembly.  Everything appears to be in a single layer and none of the annotation functions seem to allow me to remove/erase the text.  I'd appreciate any ideas to remove the text...

Thanks j

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Re: importing Pro-E in Creo

Yes! that was it!  Thank you all very much.

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Re: importing Pro-E in Creo

Hi,

please attach a picture of Creo window showing the problem.

MH


Martin Hanák

Re: importing Pro-E in Creo

Sorry for the delay, finally got a picture of the problem.

I resamples the pic down to 500K, I hope that's acceptable these days, let me know...2016RobotAsyTextOverwrite.JPG

Re: importing Pro-E in Creo

Re: importing Pro-E in Creo

You might try the Print Scrn button to capture the whole screen or Alt-Print Scrn to capture the active window. If you are on a laptop it may require a function button as well. On the Dell I have it is Fn-Print Scrn and Alt-Fn_Print Scrn to do the same. Faster, smaller image and not moire limited; pixel perfect. Paste into MS Paint or your favorite image editor to crop out anything that isn't good to be included.

I think under the view Menu is a pull-down that controls display of ordinary datum tags; they can also be selected, put on a layer, and blanked. The control has a picture of the datum with a little letter next to it. The regular datum visibility control has only the datum pictured.

Re: importing Pro-E in Creo

Yes! that was it!  Thank you all very much.

Re: importing Pro-E in Creo

You are welcome.  If you would, please mark this thread as answered.

Re: importing Pro-E in Creo

No doubt the correct answer.