Pick the ANALYSIS tab / MEASURE / DISTANCE/ change the selector to SURFACE / Pick 1st surface / hold down the CTRL button / Pick 2nd surface.
What I don't like about this new set up is if you want to measure the distance between the 1st surface and a 3rd surface, you can't just pick the 3rd surface to get the distance like you could in Wildfire 4. You have to start all over, 1st surface then 3rd surface.
You can also select the second surface again to “deselect” it and then you can select the 3<sup>rd</sup> surface. The first surface stays in memory. Keep the control key down during this process.
Same difference though.
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In Reply to donald schelling:
I'm new to Creo 2.0 (From 2001) and I need to measure between two planes.
So far, I've had no luck using Measure Distance. Can anyone help ?