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Find References

Lists files referenced by the active part, assembly, or drawing document.

  • In an assembly document, lists the part and sub-assembly documents that are components of the active assembly. This is useful if you have several versions of the component files.

  • In a part document, lists externally referenced documents, if they exist.

You can:

  • Print the list or copy it to the clipboard.

  • Save copies of the listed items to a folder or zip file.

To copy the referenced files:

  1. Click File, Find References.

  2. Click Copy files.

  3. Set options in the Pack and Go dialog box and click Save.

  4. Click Close.

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