Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Pack and Go to rename files, part of SOLIDWORKS: Tips & Tricks.
- [Voiceover] In this example, I'm going to go ahead…and show you how to copy and rename a whole bunch of files…all at once very quickly, using the Pack and Go command.…Now, I'm going to go here to file, click on Pack and Go.…Now, normally if I had a bunch of files I needed to rename,…it would be kind of a painstaking process to go back in,…and go into Solidworks Explore,…open each file and click on Rename,…look for all of the references then automatically update…those, or even try to go to do Save As inside of Solidworks,…or try to do Windows Explorer and try to rename the files,…and then try to look for them.…
You know, it can become very messy with a lot of files,…trying to rename them, and this is the easiest way,…I found, to do that.…So, the first thing I want to do is change the…folder I want to save it to.…So click over here, and click on browse,…I'm going to put that right in this T2 folder,…in my desktop.…Click on OK, now click on the Save To Name,…and just change the name.…So in this case here, I'm going to change it…
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