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What is the difference between Sheet formats and drawing templates?
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Difference between sheet formats and Drawing templates

Templates : Templates are part, drawing, and assembly documents that include user-defined parameters and are the basis for new documents. You can maintain many different document templates. For example, you can create:

1. A document template using millimeters and another template using inches
2. A document template using ANSI and another template using ISO dimensioning standard
3. A template for detached drawing.

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Sheet Format: We can customize Drawing sheet formats to match our company’s standard format. The sheet formats provided with the SolidWorks software do not conform to any standard. However, the linked custom properties are automatically included in all the provided sheet formats and are populated if the information is in either the system properties or the custom properties of the drawing document. System properties are automatically available when you insert a note. We enter custom properties on the Summary information custom tab for drawing, part, or assembly documents as appropriate.

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