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Drawing Table Format

Drawing Table Format

When you add a column/row to an existing table, the text style should match that of the other columns/rows.

8 Comments
mdebower
18-Opal

GREAT IDEA!!

lpitts-2
2-Guest

It's sad that after this many years we even have to bring this up and waste time voting on it.

pbarnett-2
1-Newbie

If this was the only issue with Creo or Pro/E I would be happy found so many problems with it I have had to knuckle down and bare it, For the formatting tables I have created a map key that fixes it you highlight the row/cell and mapkey sorts out formatting

dgrobe
5-Regular Member

i deleted my idea since i found this one.. nothing worse than this..  however.. i think when adding a row inside the table.. it follows the format..  but adding a row at the bottom.. does not..

ghodge
1-Newbie

Yes the text in the table should match that of the existing rows. Just more proof of how sad of a drafting package PTC has

PTCModerator
Emeritus
Status changed to: Acknowledged
 
Mfridman
15-Moonstone
Status changed to: Under Consideration
 
BenLoosli
22-Sapphire III

How do you handle different formatting?

I use a larger font on my header rows than on the data rows.

I also use some columns centered and some left justified.

 

This would need some guidelines in the documentation about where the added row/column was picking up its formatting from.