HERE YOU GO , I HAVE THE SAME SET UP ALMOST ,
its with some extra functions, and some file management as well but i need to rewrite it some of it, but it do for what you want, just cut
Thank you for your reaction,
unfortunatly i'm quite new to writing and reading macros.
I can't get the macro to work with my sheets.
Right now i'm using the macro found on this page:
But like i said it exports all the pages while i need 2 separate PFDs and DWGs
any advice? Thank you in advance!
Found and tried it, it does 50% of what i need.
I'll try to explain it some more.
When i make a drawing I have a setup of 3 sheets.
Sales / Production / Laser
My folder system look as follows:
C:\folder\library\cad (Where i save my .sldprt, .sldasm and .slddrw)
C:\folder\library\pdf sales (Where I want to save the "Sales" sheet as PDF)
C:\folder\library\pdf production (Where I want to save the "Production" and "Laser" sheet as PDF)
C:\folder\library\dwg sales (Where I want to save the "Sales" sheet as DWG)
C:\folder\library\dwg production (Where I want to save the "Production" and "Laser" sheet as DWG)
I'm looking for a easy way to export my drawings to the following folders.
The "Sales" sheet as PDF & DWG to "C:\folder\library\pdf sales" & "C:\folder\library\dwg sales"
The "Production" and "Laser" sheets as PDF & DWG to "C:\folder\library\pdf production" & "C:\folder\library\dwg production"
So i basicly need to split the .slddrw into 4 separate files.
2 Which are linked to the "Sales" sheet and 2 which are linked to the other sheets (Production and Laser).