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Créo // Disappear info at the bottom of the screen

Créo // Disappear info at the bottom of the screen

RE: Créo // Disappear info at the bottom of the screen

In older versions there was a view/shade command that would hide that in part & assembly mode. It was only temporary until you did a repaint. This was not the same as changing the display mode to shaded. Not sure if it still exists

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The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows.

RE: Créo // Disappear info at the bottom of the screen



Beyond that... It's sort of a cheap method, but if you're looking to take a screenshot or something and don't want to see the text you could match the background color to the text color in settings.

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