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Switching Selected Subassemblies to SpeedPak

When opening an assembly, you can use the SpeedPak configuration instead of the last-saved configuration for selected subassemblies.

Use Selective Open to specify to use the SpeedPak configuration instead of the last-saved configuration of selected subassemblies. The subassemblies you select must have SpeedPak configurations already derived from the last-saved configuration.

To use SpeedPak for selected subassemblies:

  1. Click Open (Standard toolbar) or File > Open .
  2. In the Open dialog box:
    1. Browse to the assembly you want to open.
    2. Under Mode, select Large Design Review.
    3. Click Open.

    In the FeatureManager design tree:
    • indicates a subassembly whose last-saved configuration is a SpeedPak configuration.
    • indicates a subassembly whose last-saved configuration is the parent of a SpeedPak configuration.

  3. On the CommandManager, click Selective Open tool_SelectiveOpen_LargeDesignReview.gif or Selective Open in Lightweight tool_SelectiveOpenInLW_LargeDesignReview.gif.
  4. Do one of the following:
    • For , select the subassembly.
    • For , right-click the subassembly and select Use SpeedPak.
  5. Continue with selections as usual for Selective Open .

    The assembly loads the SpeedPak configurations you selected for subassemblies, plus other components you specified to load. In the FeatureManager design tree, the icon indicates subassemblies currently using a SpeedPak configuration.

    After an assembly is opened, you can switch subassemblies back and forth between a SpeedPak configuration and the SpeedPak's parent configuration. See Switching Between SpeedPak and Parent Configurations.



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