Pages3D for Technical Documents
|3D Tools in Document3D
This entry-level tutorial introduces viewers to concepts and use of the 3D tool in Publisher3D and Pages3D.
|Display Page Numbers with Shape Text
|Document3D 2017 - New Feature Highlights
This video is about the new features included with Document3D 2017.
|Insert Multiple Pages based on Illustrations
Shows how to quickly insert multiple pages based on a storyboard's illustrations using Smart Templates.
|Merge Parts List Rows
|Publish Interactive HTML Documents
This video is about ST10 Demo
|Quick Drill Down Catalog Creation
Demonstrates part table hyperlinks, page template creation and inserting pages using the page wizard.
|Solid Edge PMI to 3D PDF
This video is about exporting a Solid Edge model with PMI data, then using Publisher3D to create a 3D PDF file..
|Use Illustrations to Set Explode Step
Demonstrates the use of illustrations to set the exploded view. Also shows how to create a button on the document page to display a specific illustration.
|Updating Documents with Pages3D
Learn how to update entire documents when 3D CAD designs change.
|Change UI Color Theme
Set up the overall color theme for the user interface.
|Change Page Size
Demonstrates how to change the default page size for a document.
|Displaying Scene Statistics in Publisher3D
Commonly used to view the number of part and faces in a 3D scene.
|Explode Rotate Axis Options
A quick demonstration of how different axis work with part rotation.
|Displaying Scene Statistics in Pages3D
Commonly used to view the number of parts and triangles in the 3D scene.
|Create Animated Parts
Shows how to create an exploded view and group the steps for a compound animation.
|Edit Illustration/Exploded View
Demonstrates editing an exploded view while at the same time editing an illustration.
|Odd Animations with Exploded Views
Explains the difference between No Exploded View selected and a Collapsed Exploded View and how this affects animation transitions.
|Create an Animated Assembly Process
Automatically create a set of illustrations for an assembly process from an exploded view using the Storyboard Wizard.