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Design Table on Drawing: Size

Question asked by Brian Mears on Mar 11, 2013
Latest reply on Mar 11, 2013 by Jerry Steiger

I have a part with over 100 configurations - an extrusion with different cut lengths. On the drawing for this part, we place and reference a design table.

 

The table size (number of rows displayed, not scale) seems to be determined by the number of rows displayed in the part file when editing the table in the SW window. If I display 30 rows there, I get 30 rows on the drawing (for example). With this large number of configurations, I have to drag the design table up and out of the part window, then use the handle to drag down and display all rows. But even if I get all 100+ rows to display, when I reopen the table in the part it always snaps back to displaying about 80 rows, and that's also the most I can get on the drawing.

 

Is there a trick to getting a design table on a drawing that'll show all my configurations (100+)?  Any help would be appreciated. Thanks,

 

Brian

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