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Unknown update? (!)

Unknown update? (!)

Unknown update? (!)

I am working in an assembly with a ton of parts and a few subassemblies.  I have an indication that there is a part or parts that are out of date and need to be updated.

I go to update the session, and NX grinds away, updating what seems like every part under the sun.  When it is done, I STILL have a (!) in the title bar of NX, indicating that a part is still needs to be updated.

Is there a way I can look at the Assembly Navigator and see which part specifically is out of date?  

Sorry for such a fundamental question, but this is driving me nuts, and I'm affraid that when I do get the part updated, I'll end up with a bunch of errors throughout my assembly...

Aerospace Engineer

RE: Unknown update? (!)

That figures...  should have searched for (!).

Sorry for the duplicate posts.

Aerospace Engineer

RE: Unknown update? (!)

Not a problem Grant....I hope you're able to make some sense out of it.

Tim Flater
Senior Designer
Enkei America, Inc.

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