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Example: How to Use Annotations for Notes

This example shows how to use annotation styles for notes.

  1. Create a note to be used in more than one drawing.
  2. Add the style to the drawing document.
  3. Save the style in the Design Library for use in another drawing.

    When you save to the Design Library, the note is accessible from all drawings, parts, and assemblies using drag and drop.

  4. Open the annotations folder in the Design Library to see the saved note.


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