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3DVIA Composer Tip: Create consistent size balloons

3DVIA Composer Tip: Create consistent size balloons

8 April, 2009

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Have you noticed that when you create balloons in 3DVIA Composer, invariably you get inconsistent diameters depending on # of characters in Bom-ID. 3dvia_composer_balloons You can create consistent size balloons by changing the Document properties (under Edit menu).  To apply this setting to all documents, change the same settings in “Default Document Properties” (under settings menu). 3dvia_composer_2_balloons You like this tip? Check out our collection of SolidWorks video tips. And you can always submit your own tip to the community! Kelvin Ang, SolidWorks Territory Technical Manager

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  • Avinash says:

    Hello Donzel,
    Could you please elaborate on which setting in Default Document Properties need to be changed to get consistent sized balloons.
    Many thanks in advance.
    Best Regards,
    Avinash

  • Bria says:

    hmm 3dvia, nice app, But who really needs this kind of stuff? you can do the whole thing in soowrildks or catia or any other developed cad packages.can somebody explain? I can already produce stunning documentations without it!

  • Farnando says:

    Very nice if you have Mastercam and a macinhe shop. Sadly I only have Solidworks and no macinhe shop except for the one that is a 9 hr drive away in Phillips, WI. Neat and informative post Lars.

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