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Enhancing Technical Publications With SOLIDWORKS Composer

  • Apr. 14th 2022
  • 1:00pm - 2:00pm CST

There is often a disconnect between the world of CAD and the world of technical writing—an unexpected change to a model forces a time-consuming reconstruction of an instruction manual, or a lack of access to CAD software creates a reliance on screenshots and prototype photographs for marketing materials. With SOLIDWORKS Composer, though, anyone can take advantage of CAD models to create high-quality, meaningful technical documents.
In this CATI webinar, join Anthony Sandri as he shows how SOLIDWORKS Composer streamlines this process from the start of a project to its completion. By attending you will learn about several topics, including view creation, transforming models, adding annotations, updating external files, and more.

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