Tip Tuesday! Advanced Print View Editing in Autodesk PLM 360
About two years ago I blogged about how to use Word to format your layout and paste that into the HTML editor when creating Advanced Print Views. I was chatting with my PLM 360 blogging buddy Mike Watkins and he mentioned how some folks are using Dreamweaver to create the templates so that it fits company standards. You can use any authoring tool you want and then copy that to the HTML editor in the Advanced Print View – so pick your favorite and edit away!
His customer even uses a PLM 360 workspace for collaboration and management of the artwork and documentation they ship with their products.
Photo: Nic McPhee