Lance, It’s setting the initial display of this button to be off: [cid:image002.png@01CEE9D9.066D1430] It’s on by default.
When I’m designing I don’t want to see any annotation, I only want to see dimensions when I’m modifying a feature, or assembly constraint.
Call me a luddite, stick in the mud, what have you… I’d still rather have a separate drawing. It just seems like a lot of extra work to me to try and incorporate all the information on a drawing into a model. I think it’s faster to do a drawing, and end results is a whole lot more portable and archiveible(sp?). I’ve been doing this for a living since ’81, so yes, I guess I’m an old timer. I don’t see the advantage of sending an annotated cad file, verses sending a cad file and a drawing, typically in PDF form. The guy giving you the quote typically is going to be looking at the drawing anyway. Plus it’s easy to mark up a drawing, not so easy to mark up an annotated cad file.