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How to color a single surface permanently in Creo 3.

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How to color a single surface permanently in Creo 3.

I am new to PTC product. I need to color different surfaces by different color. These surfaces may or may not be on a single part. Please help me out. In Catia, it is very simple to do that.

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Re: How to color a single surface permanently in Creo 3.

Select the View Tab then click the pull down beside Appearance Gallery

color 1.jpg

Then select a color or click More Appearances to create a color

color 2.jpg

Click OK and OK again

Then click the surface or surfaces (holding Control Key) and click OK again to finish

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Re: How to color a single surface permanently in Creo 3.

Select the View Tab then click the pull down beside Appearance Gallery

color 1.jpg

Then select a color or click More Appearances to create a color

color 2.jpg

Click OK and OK again

Then click the surface or surfaces (holding Control Key) and click OK again to finish

Re: How to color a single surface permanently in Creo 3.

Thank you.