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  1. #41
    Thanks for your reply, actually, I have since figured out how to do it. You can just add the files to your workspace, then "export from workspace" and save them where ever you want.

  2. #42

    If you completed the export from workspace, what sort of files did you get as a result? Is it just one big folder filled with part files?
    <font face=\"Courier New, Courier, mono\"><font size=\"3\">Zach Stroh</font></font>
    Using Creo 1.0 M020

  3. #43
    It exports all the files individually as part files or assembly files or whatever they are. It's just like doing a "save as" of whichever files you have in the workspace.

  4. #44
    You can do export from work space to your local drive

  5. #45
    All I'm saying is we had the install/config done by a qualified expert, supplied to us by the VAR.

  6. #46
    In the case of conflicting names, the second person to try to checking bearing1 would get an error message, and they would have to rename it to a unique name.

  7. #47
    Windchill Desktop Integration is able to recognize some files as Windchill documents:
    Documents you have opened from under the Windchill Documents node in Windows Explorer.
    Files you have downloaded from Windchill with the File Download Mechanism set to use desktop integration.

    For more information, see Opening Documents with Desktop Integration.
    To identify which local files are recognized as Windchill documents, you can enable DTI indicator icons. To enable these icons, select Configuration from the Windchill menu to open the Windchill Desktop Integration Configuration window. Under the User tab, select Windchill Overlay Icons in Windows Explorer.

    This is the method for remove copy file from various platform like Word document, Office 365 and many more.

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