If you using Pack and Go on a folder which has subfolders. How do you retain the subfolder when using Pack and Go???????????????????????? Flatten to single file if uncheck doesn't do the job. It just double copies the path
Not sure if this is what would work for you or not, but here's how I use pack & go, however I use multiple tab drawings, if you do single sheet drawings then this wouldn't work as well, or maybe not at all... (one of the bonus's of using multiple tab drawings)
I open the project drawing assembly and select the check box to include the drawings, I use the search and replace to change the file numbers and select a folder on my Desktop for the output.. That pulls in all the components for that project, even interchangeable components. I un-check all the interchangeable components because I don't want multiple files of the same part anywhere..
Does anyone know if this has that capability? If so, how do you use it?
Are you making a zipped file? If yes then try using save to folder option (change the location) and check again.
This could be related to SPR 425645 (though it has been fixed in 2009)
no not making a zip file. just copying them over for use in another design. This is pretty said if I say so myself. Looks like pac and go was made for coping files over for release. Let's say you have a new job similar to another job. Do you copy those files of using pac and go or copy and paste them into the new folder? and if there's sub folders, what do you do if using pac and go?
This probably isn't the answer you're looking for, but when I started using Pack and Go I abandoned using sub-folders. Haven't missed them.
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