Yes, that is the same message. However answer in solution id S-014415 did not help, see answer below:
Solution ID: S-04415:
"A problem has been identified where this problem can occur when deleting blocks in a drawing then changing
sheet formats. The problem will occur if the new sheet format contains blocks with the same name as those in
the original sheet format.
This has been reported to our development team in:
SPR373613: Can not save a drawing after deleting blocks and changing sheet format. Unknown error accessing..
To workaround the problem the user should save, close and reopen the drawing after deleting the blocks.
See also Solution S-014382
Please refer to the SPR look-up facility on the SolidWorks website to verify the current status of this SPR.
Please contact your reseller in order to be added to the notification list so that you are informed when the
issue is resolved."
How can it be saved when saving closing and reopening the file doesn't work?
Thanks again for the help,
Have you tried saving the sheet format to a new name? If that works, then you could delete the old format and re-name the new one back to the old one. After thinking about it, I'd just move the old one somewhere else first instead of deleting it until you know everything is okay.
If that doesn't work, let me know. I have another idea or two that might work after reading the info you posted above.
Yes, I have tried different file names, different locations, different workstations, different file types for the inserted graphics, and I just tried leaving the old .jpg and just adding the new one instead of deleting it but same result. I am going to check my templates to see if I have the one prior to adding the .jpg archived so I can try to add the new .jpg to that and see what happens.
Derek Madrak wrote:
I just tried leaving the old .jpg and just adding the new one instead of deleting it but same result.
That was my other idea. I'm fresh out. Sorry about that.
Well, adding the graphic creates the issue, can't save it even if I start with a file that didn't have the last graphic I did.
If you are on support, I would send the graphic and the old sheet format to your VAR and see if they can help.
I had the same problem. I finally contact my Solidworks re-seller (Moderntech Mechanical), and they were able to solve it for me. When you insert the graphic, after you get it positioned/sized how you need it, uncheck the "Enable scale tool" in the Sketch Picture panel. After I did this, everything worked properly.
The scale tool is enabled by default, at least on my install.
Hope this helps
I just tried exploding all blocks in the title block and that seemed to fix it. Not sure I need to test it more.
Time will tell.