True position for 4.0

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  • True position for 4.0

    Does anyone know or have instruction on how to use the
    true position with the new pc.dmis 4.0 ? The help is actually for pc.dmis
    3.7 .Even the manual for 4.0 does not show on how to use it properly.

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    I have not used 4.0, and do not intend to, but I would be surprised if they changed the way you create a dimension with it all that much. I heard they were going to retool the way it used MMC when applied to a Datum, or at least give the user a chance to choose between the way it was done before 3.6 and the way it is now.

    Can you be more specific about what you need help with?
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    • #3
      If you would like the dimensions reported the same way as in 3.7mr3 then go to INSERT>DIMENSION>USE LEGACY DIMENSIONS. This will give you the regular look that I think you want. The new method is a little invovled and would be better explained via compiled document. I will see what kind of time I've got today and see if I can throw something together.
      Right now it's time for a bagel and coffee.
      Last edited by JamesMannes; 07-28-2006, 08:42 AM.
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      • #4
        The Wilcox site has a lab you can pull at the following address

        http://www.wilcoxassoc.com/Downloads...ionalfiles.htm

        It's the first download on the list

        I have an additional hand for the use of 4.0 but it's to large to attach. I would be happy to email should you want to get a hold of it.

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        • #5
          Please e-mail your hand-out to me...
          [email protected]


          Thanks for your time.
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          • #6
            Slimvinn,

            That link you have describes the 3.7 methodology. There is a totally new rascal introduced for 4.0 and up. This includes addition of a feature controlframe in your grapghics window and report. Plus TP describes the datum shift used for its computation of bonus, so unfortunately that is not a document for 4.0 and up.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by JamesMannes
              Slimvinn,

              That link you have describes the 3.7 methodology. There is a totally new rascal introduced for 4.0 and up. This includes addition of a feature controlframe in your grapghics window and report. Plus TP describes the datum shift used for its computation of bonus, so unfortunately that is not a document for 4.0 and up.

              Yeah, but he does say that he is actually 3.7 and depending on your familiarity with the DMIS it has some good info in it. I wanted to attach the pdf but its like 800k which is 4X the allowed.

              I thought he might find it helpful. I should have described it a bit better.

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              • #8
                Even the pdf is bland. The Lab I emailed you and the file on 3.7 were handed out together in order to cover the changes in 4.0.

                It may not be what you guys are looking for.

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                • #9
                  Thanks Slimvinn


                  Rep to you for your assistance!!!
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by JamesMannes
                    Thanks Slimvinn


                    Rep to you for your assistance!!!
                    Glad to help

                    The only reason I am succeeding is this forum.

                    Thanks to everyone!

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                    • #11
                      Thank you for all your information , I have what I needed to know. IRON MAN
                      you were a great help. Thats what I was looking for; INSERT,DIMENSION,USE
                      LEGACY DIMENSION . Thanks again

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