Concatenation of Custom Properties

Tuesday June 4, 2013 at 11:54am
Concatenation of Custom Properties
Combine Multiple Custom Properties into one Property
The below image demonstrates how I have combined the "Evaluated Value" from the "Material" and "Weight" property into the "Combination" property field and separated with a hyphen.
This is not limited to only two as shown in the Image.
 
SOLIDWORKS Custom Properties
 
Paul Churm - Technical Manager (Northern) - Solid Solutions Management

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