What it takes: An eDrawings Professional license on at least one end of the transaction, in order to do markups in eDrawings (click here for a chart of file types vs. license types).
What to do in eDrawings:
If the SolidWorks files are available:
- Open the .slddrw file directly in eDrawings and use the markup tools.
- Either save the .slddrw file itself with File > Save - OR - save a markup file (.markup) with File > Save Markup
If the drawing has been saved as an .edrw:
- Open the .edrw in eDrawings and use the markup tools.
- Save a .markup file with File > Save Markup
If the markup was saved in the .slddrw: Open the drawing.
If the markup was saved in a .markup file: Open the drawing. Insert (the pull-down menu) > eDrawings Markup File. (It's really easy, I know.)
You can have multiple people send in multiple .markup files and insert each of them into the drawing, overlapping each other. Look in the eDrawings markup tools options to make each user's markup a different color even!
Check out the right-click menu on the eDrawings Markups in the FeatureManager tree for hide and delete options.
What it looks like:
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