This is a post by Tyler Griffin on Rand 3D site.
For my first post, I will explain how to edit pattern tables using Microsoft Excel. As I am primarily a Creo instructor, my posts will tend to focus on providing tips & tricks for PTC software users.
When creating pattern tables in Creo, it defaults to an internal spreadsheet using what is called protable. If you would prefer to use Excel for these tables instead, you are able to do so. Here’s how…
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