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Defining unique document properties for family of part members

May 12th, 2011 by John Pearson

You can use the Property Manager command on the Tools menu to define unique document properties for individual family members in a family of parts. For example, you may want to define a unique Title, Document Number, or Material for each family member.

After you populate the member files, you can use the Property Manager command when the master part is open to define and edit the document properties for individual family members. For more information, see the Property Manager Command Help topic. Below is an example where the FOP.par is the master and active document. One.par and Two.par are members which have been populated. Remember, this only works on populated members.

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