Can you control a table and balloon items which can be fixed the same number every time you do a new assembly drawing? E.G part number 001212-08 will always be item 314 in the table and the balloon item and then show the same with QTY underneath.
There is a way to do this with component parameters. See https://www.ptc.com/en/support/article?n=CS197902
After reading your question again I think it might be better to use a 'normal' parameter instead of component parameters. This would let you set it one time and then display the same value everywhere it's used in any assembly (assuming your repeat region table is set up correctly.) You would just have to make sure you never reused this same number in any other model or you could end up with duplicate numbers in the same table.
This is generally considered a bad idea.
Your example is with a high number, but what about lower numbers, like 1-100?
The 1/4-20X.75 HHCS is to always be item 96?
That would use a lot of numbers if you used a fixed line item for every part.
I have over 2 million parts in Windchill and 11K+ in hardware family tables.
I am not I explained myself very well
You place a part list (repeat region) on to the drawing and it the parts in order of part number 1 to 14
You also added Balloons to the drawing driven by the parts list (repeat region)
To part number 001212-08 to item 313 and 001212-09 to item 314 you have to fix index to be shown like the below image (Which can be done on it's own but the balloon does not change)
What trying to end up with is the below but when ever you bring in a part list at the start it automatically fixes certain part number to certain item numbers and the balloon changes as well.
What I think I am trying to ask is can fix index before putting a parts list (repeat region) on a drawing?
Thank you for your kind help in advance.
I am only trying to do this on a small amount of numbers which refer to other documents.
If you have the same number every time write the other document is a lot quicker to construct.
The problem you will have is that you are using 2 different parameters in your BOM table and in the balloons.
The internal find number is being used in the balloons and a normal repeat region.
You will have to do some repeat region relations to get your stored find numbers into the list for parts that have a findnumber and yet use the internal one if they do not.