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Inventor 2014

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I recently updated to Autodesk Inventor 2014 from 2012 and I am unable to get my template for my IDW to work as it did in the previous version. I had my dimension style set to three decimal places, the default in my installation is two places. I can change this in the style library each time I start a new idw but I haven't been able to save my changes correctly when I open the template file and change it there. Each time I open a new idw after altering the template I get an error message and the style library defaults are used in place of my altered settings. Any help would be appreciated.

RE: Inventor 2014

You should NOT have to change anything.
Did you ensure your project file was correct. I believe on install it switches to the "default" project. Switching or loading your company project file should set everything back to how it was.

RE: Inventor 2014

(OP)
I didn't change anything on my project file when I had 2012 installed, I used the default project file and altered my IDW template to yield the results I wanted in my dimension styles as well as my text style. What should I have done?

RE: Inventor 2014

In the project file what is the "Use Style Library" set to ? (mine is set to "Read-Write")
That way I can open my template.. do my changes and then "save to style library"

I never use "default" as this is exactly what happens. You should create a new project to ensure it doesn't get overwritten when you upgrade,etc...

It would also help if you stated what the error said instead of just "I got an error"

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