• FAQ - Is it possible to view CATIA V5 files with eDrawings Professional?

    Solution ID: S-053302  Updated: 3/10/2011   Question: Is it possible to view CATIA® V5 files with eDrawings® Professional?   Answer: Native CATIA files cannot be opened directly in e...
    Jeff Niederman
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  • FAQ - Can eDrawings® export files as STEP or IGES?

    Solution ID: S-045563 Updated: 2/8/2010   Question: Can eDrawings® export files as STEP or IGES?   Answer: eDrawings Professional is a productive tool for viewing and marking up SolidWorks files ...
    Jeff Niederman
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  • FAQ - Is eDrawings for iPad available in foreign languages (non-English)?

    Solution ID: S-059037 Updated: 4/27/12   Question: Is eDrawings for iPad available in foreign languages (non-English)? Answer: In the initial release phase, eDrawings for iPad will be available in Engl...
    Jaime Luo
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  • FAQ - Does eDrawings for iPad support printing?

    Solution ID: S-059086 Updated: 4/26/12   Question: Does eDrawings for iPad support printing? Answer: The eDrawings for iPad does not, currently, support printing.  However, the user can create a scre...
    Jaime Luo
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  • FAQ - What are the gestures available on eDrawings for iPad?

    Solution ID: S-059031 Updated: 4/26/12   Question: What are the gestures available on eDrawings for iPad? Answer: The available gestures in eDrawings for iPad are: - Drag 1 finger to rotate a model or pa...
    Jaime Luo
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  • FAQ - What files types can be opened in eDrawings for iPad?

    Solution ID: S-054104 Updated: 4/26/12   Question: What files types can be opened in eDrawings for iPad? Answer: eDrawings for iPad can open: - eDrawings files (*.eprt, *.easm, *.edrw) - DXF/DWG files (...
    Jaime Luo
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  • FAQ - Will the eDrawings Viewer for Mac work on an iPad?

    Solution ID: S-049141 Updated: 4/26/12   Question: Will the eDrawings Viewer for Mac work on an iPad? Answer: eDrawings Viewer for Mac is currently not supported for the iPad.   For more information...
    Jaime Luo
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  • FAQ - Are all iPad models supported by eDrawings for iPad?

    Solution ID: S-059034 Updated: 4/26/12   Question: Are all iPad models supported by eDrawings for iPad? Answer: Yes. eDrawings for iPad is supported on all iPad models as long as the installed version ...
    Jaime Luo
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  • FAQ - Where is the eDrawings Manager on an iPad?

    Solution ID: S-059035 Updated: 4/26/12   Question: Where is the eDrawings Manager on an iPad? Answer: On the right hand side of the screen, swipe with 1 finger to expand or collapse the eDrawings Manag...
    Jaime Luo
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  • FAQ - On eDrawings for iPad what are the double upper arrows (chevron) for?

    Solution ID: S-059036 Updated: 4/26/12   Question: On eDrawings for iPad what are the double upper arrows (chevron) for? Answer: The double upper arrow controls the hide/show of the toolbar for eDrawin...
    Jaime Luo
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  • FAQ - How is 'check for updates' disabled from the help menu?

    Solution ID: S-054104 Updated: 4/26/12   Question: How is 'check for updates' disabled from the help menu? Answer: To disable the ‘check updates’ menu use the customize menu option. Open any ...
    Jaime Luo
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  • FAQ - Why does eDrawings® attempt to access Outlook® email addresses?

    Solution ID: S-055047 Updated: 7/29/2011   Question: Why does eDrawings® attempt to access Outlook® email addresses?   Answer: This will only occur if the option to send performance emails ...
    Jeff Niederman
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  • FAQ - Is it possible to reduce the file size of an .edrw file?

    Solution Id: S-058397 Updated: 3/30/2012 4:48:24 AM   Question: Is it possible to reduce the file size of an .edrw file?   Answer: No function exists inside eDrawings® to reduce the overall size ...
    Greg Jankowski
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  • Auto-explode with eDrawings

    Very few people know about this “un-documented feature” of eDrawings, the auto-explode. It’s very easy, when you have an assembly opened with eDrawings, simply hit “Ctrl-E” and voila, the...
    Michel Cloutier
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