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Linking a Note to a Revision Level

You can link a note (generally at the lower left in the Sheet Format) to the revision letter so that it is synchronized.

To synchronize the revision in a note:

  1. With no revision table in the drawing, right-click in the graphics area and select Edit Sheet Format.
  2. Click Note Tool_Note_Annotation.gif (Annotation toolbar), or click Insert > Annotations > Note.
  3. Click in the graphics area to place the note.
  4. In the PropertyManager, under Text Format, click Link to Property PM_note_Link_to_Property.gif.
  5. In the dialog box, click File Properties.
  6. In the Summary Information dialog box, on the Custom tab:
    1. Select Revision in Property Name.
    2. Click in Value/Text Expression, and press the spacebar.
    3. Click OK.
  7. In the Link to Property dialog box, under Use custom properties from, select Revision from the list, then click OK.
  8. Click OK PM_OK.gif.
  9. Right-click in the graphics area and select Edit Sheet.
  10. Insert a revision table.
  11. Right-click in the revision table and select Revisions Add Revision.
The note displays the latest revision level.

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