--I am having Solidworks Standerd & E-Drawing Standerd.
NO. Also check here as what you can do with e-drawing standard/viewer http://www.edrawingsviewer.com/ed/edrawings-professional.htm
Thanks for your answer. But I have an attachment for This
Yes but that will work only if e-drawing has been created with measure option enabled.
If you only have Solidworks & Edrawing std then no you can't measure. That's an extra you get with Edrawings Professional which is part of Solidworks Pro
Sorry for that answer .You are not at all understand, if you check my attachment( web:-solidworks product matrix)
it is showing that you can mesure.
Yes that would be possible only if e-drawing has been created with measure option on OR you need to have e-drawing professional.
Why don't you open a SolidWorks/e-drawing file in the e-drawing and check.
I alredy check --Through e-drawing standard.. There mesure option is disable.
Yes and that is what I'm trying to explain. Now open the attached file and check if you can measure??
What version are you using to create your edrawing. I have Solidworks std & have option to measure turned on but when I try to open & measure an Edrawing here the option to measure is greyed out. When I looked at yours I was able to measure. It's looking like if you created the edrawing in something other than SW standard even though the option to measure is turned on then you can measure. Plus if I open a Solidworks part file in Edrawing then the option to measure is greyed out as well.
I've SW 2012 Premium version. Here is another one with option turned off. Check this.
Actually i am not at all able to mesure--because my e-drawing is totally disable of mesure tool.
But if you check this below link
There is statement of mesure........ or else my attachment also you can find out the same..
My question is an only the statement..
Did you opened the part I uploaded above and checked if you can measure. If yes then that's what the statement means to which you're referring.
Dayamoy Mandal wrote: Actually i am not at all able to mesure--because my e-drawing is totally disable of mesure tool. But if you check this below link http://www.solidworks.com/sw/products/mechanical-design-software-matrix.htm There is statement of mesure........ or else my attachment also you can find out the same.. My question is an only the statement.. Thanksdayamoy
Dayamoy Mandal wrote:
It looks like the statement is partially correct but doesn't state anything about it. If the Edrawing was created in Solidworks Professional with the option to measure turned on then you can measure in Edrawings standard. If the edrawing was created in Solidworks standard with measure turned on you CANT measure it with Edrawings standard. You also CANT measure a Solidworks part file with edrawings std.
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