Setting number of decimal places in a table on a drawing

Thursday December 6, 2012 at 3:44pm
Setting number of decimal places in a table on a drawing
When creating an equation in a drawing general table, is it possible to define the number of decimal places of the cell? For example, making 1/3 (0.33333333) appear as 0.33.

Yes, it is possible to set the decimal places in a cell. Use the "{}" button in the equation window, then insert the number of decimal places between the brackets. Then insert the formula.

For example:
{2}1/3 will give a result of 0.33

Related Blog Posts

Case Study: SuperSharp
While space travel continues to be the next big race for tech giants and disruptors across the globe, start-up SuperSharp Limited is looking at how going into space can help us better understand and care for our planet.
SOLIDWORKS Visualize Import Modes - Updated for 20
If you have been using SOLIDWORKS Visualize 2022 you may have noticed some subtle changes on the import geometry tab from previous versions. These changes weren't listed in the What’s New documentation and were introduced a little under the radar. In...
Customer Story: TBA Protective Technologies Ltd.
TBA Protective Technologies Ltd. are a manufacturer of passive fire protection products. We took the opportunity to speak to them about how they use SOLIDWORKS.

 Solid Solutions | A Trimech Company