Now I am doing it by edit sheet format--> then double click on date--> typing current date.
Use property tab builder or a simple macro
Can you please provide macro for it?
Need to see your current set up or work flow. Can you attach some sample files (preferred) or video?
Link the note in Drawing Format to Current Date or Drawn Date:
I tried this, temporary i got the solutions. It is easier than the earlier. But can we make it in such a way that whenever I save the file it automatically take the current date?
On the way to set a current date:
I'm using a custom property tab in which i fill in my current date of when i made the part. This way all parts get there creation date number. For revisions i have another tab in my template which shows the date a revision is made and what was changed.
K. V. did you venture out and use Custom Property Tab Builder - if not take a look and study up on it, you be glad you did...
K.V. what John said,
In the property tab builder you can use a drop down calendar.
As to the original post using the link to current date is useful. Using the property tab builder as shown you can also generate a created date, due date etc... to create some legacy information for your drawings before you ever even start laying out the drawing itself.
hahahahah that is what i meant to say
I'm not an custom property wizard, but have made it work for me.
Together with the macro's the custum properties are my best friends when designing hahaha
Edit: Sadly enough started with the custom properties after my first project. Was quite a lot of work adjusting it to the current workflow
LOL, I have run into this as well.
You get into a groove on a project, maybe even finish the project (or hundreds of projects, as is the case for me), and then learn about some cool functionality that either never existed before, or you never knew about it.
Now the choice is: Do you add on that functionality on a "from here forward" basis? Or do you go back and spend the time and upgrade all your older projects to include it?
Normally I go with the "from here forward", but every once in a while, I have to edit an old project and I WISH that I had spent the last year upgrading older projects.....but who has the time for that?
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