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copy and change assembly

copy and change assembly

(OP)
Hi All,
I have an assembly and drawing completed and another which is similar. I would like to copy the completed drawing with a new number and re direct the corresponding assembly to a new one. I've used copy design before but this is a little different. Inventor 2010

RE: copy and change assembly

Use Design Assistant.

RE: copy and change assembly

(OP)
Got below for how to. Not up to date. there is no manager browser nor replace tab in design assisitant? Inventor 2010

To replace a part or assembly file within an assembly
When you replace a file within an assembly, links to the original file are updated. The files that referenced the original file now reference the new file. The original file is no longer referenced by this assembly. However, it may still be used in other assemblies or drawings.

Open the topmost file in the hierarchy in Design Assistant.
In the Manage browser, click to select the component to be replaced.
Right-click the Action cell for the component, and select then Replace. All occurrences of the component are highlighted.
Right-click the Name cell for the component, and then select Change Name.
In the dialog box, select the replacement file. Files can only be replaced with files of the same file type.

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