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Adding a Location Border in a drawing format

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Adding a Location Border in a drawing format

Hi folks,

I'm having a problem completing the simplist task... I am creating a drawing template and I cannot figure out how to add a the locating border to my page. (the A B C D etc x 1 2 3 4 etc bars)

Can somone direct me? I'm running creo 2.0

Thanks,

-Isaac

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Re: Adding a Location Border in a drawing format

Welcome tot he forum, Isaac.

Are you asking how to add your own format to the template?

In case you are not yet familiar, you create format files which are called into drawing. These can have intelligent tables that manage part/assembly variable to fill title blocks and alike.

Templates are pre-defined drawing that typically already have a format called into them along with other specific drafting settings and sometimes pre-defined views.

If I understand your questions correctly, it seems to suggest you need to define a format file.

Re: Adding a Location Border in a drawing format

Thanks for your response Antonius!

I guess I was using the term templte loosly. I've created a Format and am adding all the tables, logos, disclaimers etc but can't figure out how to add the locating border to it.

Re: Adding a Location Border in a drawing format

Ah, yes... The old fashion way; manually.

You would use sketch and annotation to add the final touches.