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Where to view constraints in model

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Where to view constraints in model

SolidWorks makes it easy to view all the constraints in a model. When I try to do this in Creo, I have no clue where to begin. No matter where I look, there seems to be no button or menu for viewing the constraints in my model—which of course limits my ability to change them. Can someone please educate me on where to find this very basic and important info? I feel like this should be immediately obvious and intuitive by merely glancing at the GUI—you know, as in SolidWorks.

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Re: Where to view constraints in model

Welcome to the forum, Tony.

And you are now aware that Creo is not SolidWorks; for better or for worse.

I assume you are talking about assembly constrains?

Turn on this feature in the assembly tree; tree filters... When you select the constraint in the tree, the references will highlight in the model.

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If you want to see part constraints (references), they are in the information about the features... and a few other select places. In sketches, constraints are visible by default.

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Re: Where to view constraints in model

That is perfect. I really appreciate the quick guidance on this issue. Thank you much

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