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Bounding box (NX9 and above)  faq561-1860 PhoeNX 9 Jan 15 5.8 / 5
Can I save to a previous version?  faq561-1623 ewh 6 Apr 10 6.6 / 5
How to create customised NX drawings templates/borders?  faq561-1730 PhoeNX 20 Oct 14 3.1 / 7
Implicit / Explicit Checkout  faq561-1750 gbangs 4 Nov 11 5.0 / 1
Plotting not working when using NX3 & above on Windows Vista & Windows7   faq561-1722 PhoeNX 10 May 11 6.8 / 5
 

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