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How to make PDM Standard pull part numbers from an existing excel file?

How to make PDM Standard pull part numbers from an existing excel file?

How to make PDM Standard pull part numbers from an existing excel file?

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Does anyone know how I can use an existing excel file to make PDM generate my part numbers? I would like to be able to pull a new part number from my excel file and automatically make an SW part or assembly. Any help would be appreciated.

RE: How to make PDM Standard pull part numbers from an existing excel file?

OldCADGuy60,

Are you talking about SolidWorks PDM? This belongs in forum559: DASSAULT: SOLIDWORKS 3D Design.

I am now learning and setting up Solidworks PDM. I am finding that it setting custom variable and communicating with SolidWorks PDM is way easier with Word, than with Excel.

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JHG

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