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Stand-Alone installation Stand-Alone option. Choose this type of installation for stand-alone installations where a single serial number and product key are used for a single seat. Like a multi-seat stand-alone installation, you do not use the Network License Manager to manage product licensing, but installation, registration, and activation occurs on each workstation.
If you choose one of the Stand-Alone installation types, you can proceed to the section Distribute the Program on page Choose a License Server Model If you chose the Network License option, you need to decide which license server model to use to distribute the product licenses.
TIP If you are deploying a stand-alone or multi-seat stand-alone installation type, you do not use a license server model. Proceed to the section Distribute the Program on page Chapter 3 Installation. The Network License Manager is installed on a single server, so license management and activity is restricted to this server. A single license file represents the total number of licenses available on the server.
Distributed license server model. Licenses are distributed across more than one server. A unique license file is required for each server. To create a distributed license server, you must run the Network License Manager on each server that is part of the distributed server pool. Redundant license server model. You use three servers to authenticate a single license file. One server acts as the master, while the other two provide backup if the master server fails.
With this configuration, licenses continue to be monitored and issued as long as at least two servers are still functional. The license file on all three servers is the same.
You must install the Network License Manager on each server. Each of these license server models is described in detail in the Network Licensing Guide. It is strongly recommended that you read that guide before you deploy the program. You can find the Network Licensing Guide by clicking the Documentation link at the lower left corner of the Autodesk Navisworks Review Deployment wizard. The Network License Manager helps you configure and manage license servers.
If you don’t want to make any changes, click Install. If you want to change the install type or installation path, click Configure. If you enter a path that does not exist, a new folder is created using the name and location you provide. When you install the Network License Manager files, you must provide a path to a local drive. You must specify the drive letter; the universal naming convention UNC is not supported.
Quick Start to Network Administration and Deployment Configure Your License Server You configure a license server so that you can manage the Autodesk Navisworks product licenses. You can configure the license server with the lmtools. Make sure that only one Autodesk service is listed. The log file must have a. For new log files, you must enter the. Click Yes when prompted if you would like to save the settings to the service.
If a service for Autodesk is already defined and running, click ReRead License File to refresh the Network License Manager with any changes made to the license file or Options file. The license server starts running and is ready to respond to client requests. Create a Network Share A network share is an installation folder that you make available to users’ computers on a network. You point users to this location to install the program. Create a network share that will be used by the Autodesk Navisworks Deployment wizard during the creation of a client deployment.
A shared folder is required for network license and multi-seat stand-alone methods of installation. It is recommended that you name the network share folder Deployments on the desktop of the system where you want deployments stored. You can then add subfolders inside the shared Deployments folder that clearly convey the name of product you plan to deploy. This is also beneficial if you plan to deploy multiple products.
Any subfolders that are placed inside a shared folder are automatically shared. TIP You must have Full Control permissions set for your shared folder when you are creating your deployment images. Read permissions are necessary to access the network share and administrative permissions on the workstation where the program is deployed. To create your network share 1 On the desktop of a network server, create a folder named Deployments.
In the Permissions dialog box make sure Full Control is active. Click OK. In Vista, right-click the Deployments folder and then click Share. In the Properties dialog box select Sharing and then Advanced Sharing to share the folder.
Click the Permissions button to make sure Full Control is active. These steps are important when creating your deployment images. Name each folder with the pertinent product name. Minimize the Chances of Installation Failure The Navisworks installation process may stop if some applications, such as Microsoft Outlook or virus checking programs, are running when you are creating a deployment. Close all running applications and temporarily disable virus checking utilities.
Distribute an Autodesk Navisworks Product You can choose from several methods of distributing an Autodesk program. Network sharing is the default method.
Network Share. Users launch the program with the shortcut icon that you created with the Deployment wizard. The program is installed on users’ local computers, and a product icon appears on their desktop. A script executes a command or a set of commands. Scripts are similar to batch files but are more flexible.
Installation scripts are most useful for stand-alone installation of programs on computers that are connected to a network. Scripts are also useful for installing service packs, extensions, and object enablers on a network. With group policy objects, this program can be advertised to any Windows XP or Windows Vista computer that is part of a Windows Server Active Directory environment.
Autodesk products are designed to be installed on a computer so that any user who logs on to the computer can run the software.
If you attempt to assign this program for a specific user rather than a computer, you may encounter problems when a second specified user tries to install or uninstall a copy of the program. The Deployment wizard creates an administrative image that is used by SCCM to distribute the Autodesk software to the target systems. The location where you perform the administrative installation becomes the location of the package source directory.
Imaging Software. You can use imaging software, such as Norton Ghost, to create a master image to distribute Autodesk products. Once created, the master image is then replicated to other computers throughout your facility. Care needs to be taken since the use of imaging software can result in conflicts with the product licensing, incomplete installations, and problems with activation.
Set Up a Deployment The deployment process provides you with numerous options for creating, and customizing your deployments, so you should set aside ample time to complete the process in one sitting. To be successful it is recommended that your review the following checklist and information before you begin. The deployment process is initiated from the Deployment wizard.
Once a deployment is created, users then access the deployment to install products to their computers. Preliminary Tasks for a Network Deployment The deployment checklist gives you a quick summary of the type of information you should be familiar with before begin. When you have completed these tasks, you are ready to create a deployment.
Deployment Checklist You have reviewed the system requirements. You must make sure that your network, servers, and client workstations meet the system requirements. You understand the type of license you ve purchased. If you plan a network license deployment, you should also be familiar with the type of license server model you want to use and the license server names. You have installed and activated any supporting tools and utilities. You have located your product serial number and product key.
Using consistent registration data is very important. You have identified the location such as a shared folder where deployments will reside for each program you plan to deploy. You have closed all other programs and disabled antivirus software. You have decided what languages you will include in your administrative image, and what languages you will use for your deployment package.
You have determined if your deployment plan involves using imaging software to distribute your programs to client workstations. You have specified whether you want to create log files that contain deployment and installation data, run silent mode, and participate in the Customer Involvement Program. You know which type of installation you ll perform – typical or custom. You have chosen the installation folder option. You have decided if you want to include centralized product settings with your deployment, such as global options, workspaces, datatools, avatars, Clash Detective rules, Presenter archives, custom Clash Detective tests, object animation scripts, and so on.
You have set up access and participation in features like the Customer Involvement Program. Configure Button During the deployment process, you can create a deployment that uses the default settings, or you can create a customized deployment. To customize, you begin in the Review – Configure – Create Deployments dialog box. The following options are available after you click the Configure button.
See Your Deployment Choices on page 36 for more details about deployment options. The Review – Configure – Create Deployments dialog box is displayed again, and you can review your selections. Once you have confirmed your selections, click Create Deployment.
Set Up a Deployment If you do not wish to make configuration changes on the Review – Configure – Create Deployments page, click Create Deployment. Your Deployment Choices When you create a deployment, you will make several choices during the process to create various client deployment images and deployment types. The following sections outline your choices in more detail. The information you enter is permanently retained with the product and is displayed in the Help menu on all workstations.
You must also enter the product serial number and product key in order to run the product. The product serial number and product key are located on the product packaging, or in the electronic fulfillment messaging.
Your client s can review this product information later, by clicking Help About. To enter your serial number and personal information 1 When creating a deployment, on the Product and User Information page, enter your product serial number and the required personalization data.
NOTE Although it is required that you enter information in each box on this page, you can enter any information that you want to convey to users who install the deployment. Specify Log File Locations The program has two types of log files with which you can monitor information about deployments and installations. Network log. The network log file keeps a record of all workstations that run the deployment. On the General Deployment Settings page of the deployment process, you choose whether or not to create a network log 36 Chapter 3 Installation.
The log lists the user name, workstation name, and the status of the installation. Refer to this file for status information and details about problems that users encountered during installation for example, low disc space or inadequate permissions. The network log is named with the same name you chose for your deployment.
Users should use their actual computer name in place of MyComputer. NOTE The folder where the network log resides must be a shared folder where users who install the program have Change permissions.
Otherwise, successes or failures for user installations cannot be written to the log file. Client log. The client log contains detailed installation information for each workstation.
This information may be useful in diagnosing installation problems. To specify a log file location 1 While creating a deployment, on the General Deployment Settings page, select the check box next to the Create Network Log box. Enter the name of the folder where you want the network log to be located. What Is Silent Mode? When silent mode is active and a user initiates the deployment, the installation proceeds without any explicit user input. No dialog boxes are presented that require interaction from the user.
This includes all error and warning dialog boxes. Check the log file for errors that may occur in the event of installation problems. Customer Involvement Program CIP If you choose to have your clients participate in the Customer Involvement Program, Autodesk Navisworks Review will automatically send Autodesk information about system configuration, what features you use most, any problems that you encounter, and other information helpful to the future direction of the product.
You also select the network license server model you want to use to distribute product licenses. IMPORTANT Depending on the type of option you choose on the configuration page, network or stand-alone license, note that you must use the same type of installation for all those products in your deployment session.
If you select products that do not support the type of license you purchased, you will not be able to activate those products. Specify the license type to use during deployment Stand-Alone license a single serial number for a single seat.
For a stand-alone license, you install, register, and activate the program on each workstation. Network license. Specify the license server model during deployment If you choose the Network license option, you need to decide which license server model to use to distribute your product licenses – single, distributed or redundant license server model. If you are deploying a stand-alone or multi-seat stand-alone installation type, you do not use a license server model.
For more information on server models, see Choose a License Server Model on page To deploy a stand-alone license 1 While creating a deployment, on the Select the License Type page, select Stand-alone license. To deploy a network license using a single license server model 1 While creating a deployment, on the Select the License Type page, select the Network License option.
If you have already used the Network License Manager to create a license server model, you must select the same license server model in this step. If you have not yet used the Network License Manager to create a license server model, make sure that you select the same settings in the Network License Manager that you choose here. For more information about license server models and setting up your license server, see Choose a License Server Model on page 30 or Configure Your License Server on page 32 To deploy a network license using a distributed license server model 1 While creating a deployment, on the Select the License Type page, select the Network License option.
Click Add to add the server to the Server Pool. Once all the servers are added to the Server Pool list, use the Move Up and Move Down buttons to arrange the servers in the order you want them to be searched by a user’s workstation.
You must enter at least two servers. For more information about license server models and setting up your license server, see Choose a License Server Model on page 30 or Configure Your License Server on page 32 To deploy a network license using a redundant license server model 1 While creating a deployment, on the Select the License Type page, select the Network License option.
Enter the server names for the remaining two servers that you will use in the redundant server pool. For more information about license server models and setting up your license server, see Choose a License Server Model on page 30 or Configure Your License Server on page 32 Select the Installation Type and Location optional As part of making your deployment choices, you can select the type of installation that users receive when they install the program, choose which optional features are included, and specify a product location.
Installs the most common application features. This option is recommended for most users. Installs only the application features that you select. To deploy a typical installation, and specify a product location 1 During the deployment, on the Select the Installation Type page, select Typical as the type of installation that you want. The Disc Space Requirements chart lets you review available drives and disc space. To deploy a custom installation, choose optional features, and specify a product location 1 During the deployment, on the Select the Installation Type page, select the Custom option as the type of installation that you want.
Contains full set of Navisworks files. If, after making feature changes, you decide you want the original selections, click the Restore Defaults button on the Select the Installation Type page. Select the Project and Site Folder Paths optional When you set up your deployment, you can share various Autodesk Navisworks settings across entire project site, or across a specific project group depending on the required level of granularity.
See also: How do I share the Autodesk Navisworks settings on a site and project basis? Choose a Language You can select a different language for deployment instructions, and a language for product installations in the same deployment process.
For example, if you need to provide Autodesk Navisworks to users in one or more languages different than your own, you can download language packs from the installer that will allow you to deploy the product in the languages you need to support. NOTE Language packs can only be included in an administrative image during the creation of the deployment and not during modification.
When you start the deployment process, the installer automatically determines your operating system language. If a supported language is detected, your deployment pages are displayed in that language. If you want to change that language, you can choose a different one from the installer language list on the opening page of the Installation wizard. NOTE You can only select one language pack for each product for deployment.
It is possible to manually add additional language packs to Autodesk Navisworks products later by double-clicking on the language pack. Alternatively, you can set up and run scripts to install additional language packs. Create a Deployment A deployment contains a Microsoft Transform MST file that modifies the default behavior of the installation program. As you begin a deployment, you need to select the location of your Administrative image, a deployment name, and if your target systems are 32 or bit operating systems.
Create a Deployment Using Default Values This is the fastest means of creating client deployment images. To create a default deployment 1 In the Deployment wizard, click Create Deployments. In the Administrative Image field, enter the path to your existing shared network location, or use the Browse button to navigate to that location. This area is where you create and store your administrative image.
Users install the program from this location. In the Deployment Name field, enter the new deployment’s name. The name you enter here is the name of the shortcut users will access to install the product. Under This is to be a:, select either bit or bit for your target operating system. This selection does not identify the system your deployment was created on; it identifies your target system. After making your choices, click Next. You must accept this agreement to proceed with the deployment.
The network log file is optional. Choose whether you want a client log file created. If you want to prevent users from changing installation settings when they install, select Silent mode. If you choose participation in the Customer Involvement Program, Autodesk sends helpful information about the product. For more information regarding log files, refer to Specify Log File Locations on page By clicking Create Deployment, an administrative image is created in your shared folder using the deployment options listed in the Current Settings field.
If you would like a summary of your deployment settings, click the Copy to Clipboard button. Create a Deployment Using Configured or Customized Values If you plan on altering your deployment by removing features or restricting access to online resources you can create a configured or customized deployment. To create a custom deployment 1 In the Deployment wizard, click Create Deployments. Each of the products you selected to install, has its own configuration tab: For Autodesk Navisworks Freedom you can change the installation path.
For Autodesk Navisworks Manage , you can change the license type, installation type, installation path, and the project and site folder paths. For Navisworks exporter plugins, currently you cannot change which plugins are installed. By default, the exporter plugins for all 3rd party products installed on a client PC will be automatically enabled. Make your selections, and then click Next. If you want a summary of your deployment settings, click the Copy to Clipboard button.
Final Review and Complete Setup To complete your deployment setup, confirm the settings you selected. You have created an Autodesk product deployment with precise options that are specific to your group of users. You can now use this deployment to install the program. To confirm and complete the setup of a network deployment 1 On the Review – Configure – Create Deployments page, scroll the list of current settings and verify your installation selections.
Modify a Deployment optional After a deployment is created, it may be necessary to modify the deployment for some client workstations. You can apply a patch or select various custom files that are not part of the base administrative image. You can also perform modifications such as changing the installation directory from drive C to drive D. To modify a deployment 1 Open the shared network folder where you originally chose to place your product deployment.
This re-opens the Deployment wizard. Point Users to the Administrative Image When you have completed the deployment process, you are ready to have users install the newly created or modified deployment. The shortcut is the same name that you chose when you created a deployment. To point users to the administrative image The simplest method of notifying users how to install the deployment is to them with instructions about using the shortcut.
At a minimum, the instructions need to include the location of the deployment and instructions about double-clicking the shortcut to the deployment. Uninstall an Autodesk Product When you uninstall an Autodesk product, all components are removed in the process.
This means that even if you have previously added or removed components, or if you have reinstalled or repaired an Autodesk product, uninstalling removes all Autodesk product installation files from your system. If you reinstall Autodesk Navisworks at some future time, you will not have to register and re-activate the program. Installation Troubleshooting This section provides solutions to installation issues and answers to commonly asked questions that may arise while installing your products.
Additional troubleshooting information and support is also available at General Installation Issues This section provides solutions to installation issues and answers to commonly asked questions that may arise while installing your products. How can I check my graphics card driver to see if it needs to be updated? It is recommended that you verify and update your graphics card driver to optimize your program. Use the following procedure to identify your current graphics card driver.
The Autodesk Navisworks Review information dialog box opens. Installation Troubleshooting You can share global Autodesk Navisworks settings, workspaces, datatools, avatars, Clash Detective rules, Presenter archives, custom Clash Detective tests, object animation scripts, and so on, with other users. These settings can be shared across an entire project site, or across a specific project group depending on the required level of granularity.
Autodesk Navisworks examines the current user profile and the all users profile on the local machine, and then checks the settings in the Project Directory and the Site Directory. The files in the Project Directory take precedence. To install Autodesk Navisworks with the pre-configured settings, such as a site-wide set of global options or project-specific set of workspaces, you need to: 1 Configure and export required settings such as workspaces, global options, clash tests and so on in an XML file format.
When you configure global options, you can lock some of the options to prevent users from editing them later on local machines. The Options Editor opens with the locking facility. Typically, you need to place the Site and Project directories on a central server, so that they can be used for centralized access by Autodesk Navisworks users. CHM files are made available during installation; click the Documentation link in the Installation wizard. To access CHM files after the product is installed, use the Help system in the product.
The first time you start Autodesk Navisworks Review , the Product Activation wizard is displayed. You can either activate Autodesk Navisworks at that time or run Autodesk Navisworks and activate it later. Until you register and enter a valid activation code for Autodesk Navisworks Review , you are operating the program in trial mode and the Product Activation wizard is displayed for 30 days from the first time that you run the program.
If after 30 days of running Autodesk Navisworks Review in trial mode you have not registered and provided a valid activation code, your only option is to register and activate Autodesk Navisworks Review You will not be able to run in trial mode after the 30 days expires. Once you register and activate Autodesk Navisworks Review , the Product Activation wizard is no longer displayed.
TIP The fastest and most reliable way to register and activate your product is by using the Internet. Simply enter your registration information and send it to Autodesk over the Internet.
Once you submit your information, registration and activation occur almost instantly. This starts the Register Today process. If you do not have Internet access, or if you want to use another method of registration, you can register and activate Autodesk Navisworks Review in one of the following ways:. Create an message with your registration information and send it to Autodesk. Enter your registration information, and fax or mail the information to Autodesk.
General Installation Issues Is there a checklist I can refer to when performing a deployment? The Installation chapter contains a complete section that describes preliminary actions and the entire deployment process. See Preliminary Tasks for a Network Deployment on page Shared folders are required for both network license and multi-seat stand-alone methods of installation.
The shared folder network share is created before you run the Installation wizard and is where product deployments are stored. You can then add subfolders inside the shared Deployments folder that clearly convey the names of products you plan to deploy. For example: Any subfolders that are placed inside a shared folder are automatically shared. To find out if a patch or Service Pack is available for your product, visit the Autodesk Product Support page at How do I choose between bit and bit deployments?
You have a choice of selecting bit or bit deployment. This choice controls which operating system the deployment is targeted at, NOT what sort of products to include in the deployment. Selecting bit deployment gives you a choice of bit products, and will only install on bit operating systems. Selecting bit deployment gives you a choice of bit and bit products, and will only install on bit operating systems.
So, for example, if you want to install bit products on a bit operating system, you need to choose bit deployment. NOTE You can make either type of deployment from either type of operating system.
The Communication Center allows you to receive announcements from various information channels. Through information channels, you can receive the following: Product Support information, including maintenance patch notifications.
Notifications of new articles and tips posted on Autodesk websites. Licensing Issues This section outlines common issues and their solutions with regards to software licenses and licensing your products. What is the difference between a stand-alone license and a network license? Stand-alone licensed products are registered and activated to an individual workstation.
While the software can be installed on multiple systems in your facility, the license only allows one system to be operational. The Portable License Utility can be used if a license needs to be transferred to another system.
If you need to run more systems, you need to purchase more stand-alone licensed products, or consider converting to network licenses.
Network licensed products rely on the Network License Manager to keep track of software licenses. The software can be installed and run on multiple systems, up to the maximum number of licenses you ve purchased. The Network License Manager “checks out” licenses until they are all in use. No further systems can run the program until a license is “checked in.
The main advantage is that you can install products on more systems than the number of licenses you have purchased for example, purchasing 25 licenses but installing on 40 workstations. At any one time, products will run on the maximum number of systems for which you have licenses.
If software needs to be run on more systems, additional licenses can be purchased. Registration and activation occurs only once and the licenses are maintained on your Network License Server. After installing your product, you can operate in trial mode for a given number of days. Whenever you launch the program, you are prompted to activate the software.
When you choose to activate the software, Internet Explorer makes this process much faster. Once you entered your registration data and submit it to Autodesk, an activation code is returned and you are not prompted again during startup. Networking Issues This section outlines common issues and their solutions with regards to performing a network installation or configuring your network license servers.
Where do I find my server name? When installing a network licensed product, you must specify the name of the server that will run the Network License Manager. If you don t know the server name, you can quickly find it by opening a Windows command prompt on the system that will be the Network License Manager. Licensing Issues There are two types of log files that can be generated that monitor information about deployments and installations. The Network log file keeps a record of all workstations that run the deployment.
Refer to this file for status information and details about problems that users may have encountered during installation. The Client log file contains detailed installation information for each workstation.
An administrative image is a collection of shared file resources created during the deployment process and is used by deployments to install the program to networked workstations. If you elect to include all products in your deployment, the administrative image will be larger.
You should select all products only when you create multiple deployments from this image and prefer not to use the installation disk. If there are products you rarely or never use, and you do not expect to create additional deployments, you should only select a subset of products. You can still create a deployment at a later date, and include additional products, but you need to create a new administrative image.
You need the installation media to do so. Uninstall and Maintenance Issues This section outlines common issues and their solutions with regards to adding and removing features, reinstalling or repairing your installation, and uninstalling products. When adding or removing features, how can I tell what features get installed by default? Changing the path while adding features results in program corruption, so it is not an option. You should reinstall your product if you accidentally delete or alter files that are required by the program.
Missing or altered files adversely affect the performance of your product and cause error messages when you try to execute a command or find a file. If an attempt to repair an installation fails, reinstalling is the next best option. When performing a reinstall of the product, you do not need to have the original DVD on hand. Installation data is cached locally on your drive and that data is reused when reinstalling. If you uninstall the product, some files remain on your system such as files you created or edited.
Your license file also stays on your workstation when you uninstall your product. If you reinstall on the same workstation, the license information remains valid and you do not have to reactivate the product. Uninstall and Maintenance Issues You can also start Autodesk Navisworks in another of the installed languages.
NOTE You can add command line switches to specify different startup routines for the program. See Command Line Options on page To quit Autodesk Navisworks, on the File menu, click Exit.
If the model has been changed since opening it, Autodesk Navisworks asks you whether you want to save any changes. Respond appropriately and Autodesk Navisworks will close.
Automatically Save and Recover Navisworks Files Power cuts, system and software failures can cause Autodesk Navisworks to close before you can save changes to your file. Autodesk Navisworks can automatically save backup versions of a file you are working on, enabling you to recover your work if Autodesk Navisworks closes abnormally.
Auto-saved files have an. So, for example, if you work with a file called Enviro-Dome. You can control a number of auto-save options, such as how often Navisworks saves your work, the location of backup files, and the maximum number of backup files you want to keep. To customize the auto-save options 1 Click Tools Global Options. For example, if you want Navisworks to save a backup file every 20 minutes from a significant file change, enter 20 into the Time Between Saves minutes box.
To recover your work 1 Start Autodesk Navisworks. You are automatically prompted to reload the last file you were working on. NOTE Click No, if you don t want to recover your work, or if you want to manually load a different backup file.
To manually load a backup file into Navisworks 1 Start Autodesk Navisworks. If you are prompted to reload the last file you were working on, click No. Command Line Options Command line switches can specify different startup routines for Navisworks. You can use command line switches to specify several options when you start the program.
For example, you can run Autodesk Navisworks in another language, perform additional memory checks, load and append files, output error reports. With command line switches, you can also set up several program icons, each with different start-up options. Command line switches are parameters you can add to the roamer. You can include several switches within a single command line.
Valid switches are listed in the following table. You must provide the file name and file path within quotation marks.
It is possible to run Autodesk Navisworks in a lan- guage other than the default locale for example, you can run a Japanese version of Autodesk Navisworks with English default locale. You must provide the full file path within quotation marks. Command Line Options You must provide the full file paths within quotation marks. For example, the following entry starts the program from a folder named Autodesk Navisworks in Russian language, loads the global options file options.
Click Properties. Parts of Autodesk Navisworks Interface This section briefly describes the main interface components. The Autodesk Navisworks interface is intuitive and easy to learn and use. You can adjust the application interface to match the way you work. For example, you can hide toolbars that you rarely use, so they do not clutter the interface. You can add and remove buttons from toolbars.
You can also create your own toolbars. Menu Bar The Menu bar contains all commands available in Autodesk Navisworks, grouped together by similar or ‘like’ functionality. For example, all commands related to review functionality are located under the Review menu, all commands related to user assistance are located under the Help menu and so on.
When a menu has a right-pointing arrow, such as choice. When a menu item is followed by a series of dots, such as with that choice. Option New Description Resets the program, and closes the currently open Navisworks file. The User Interface Displays the Open dialog box. Displays the Open URL dialog box. Displays the Append dialog box. Displays the Merge dialog box. Saves the currently open Navisworks file.
Displays the Save As dialog box. Displays the Publish dialog box. Displays the Print dialog box. Enables print preview mode. Displays the Print Setup dialog box. Deletes the selected files. You can only delete appended files. Saves the currently open Navisworks file, accesses your program, and adds the saved file as an attachment. Displays the Export dialog box, and enables you to export data from Navisworks.
Displays shortcuts to the most recently opened files. Exits the program. Edit Menu This menu contains commands for locating, selecting and editing geometry in your model.
Reverses the last operation performed by the Undo command. Gives you access to selection functionality. Displays the Quick Find dialog box. Repeats the previously run quick find search. Toggles the Find Comments dialog box. Toggles hidden mode for selected items. Toggles required mode for selected items. Toggles hidden mode for unselected items. Enables you to override color, transparency, and transform for selected items.
Enables you to reset selected items back to their original state. Enables you to reset all overridden items back to their original state. Enables you to sort the items in the Selection Tree alphabetically.
Displays the File Units and Transform dialog box. View Menu This menu contains commands that control the Navisworks interface. Enables you to control workspaces. Enable you to control the views in the Scene Area. Enables you to control the Head-Up Display elements. Enables you to control the SteeringWheels. Puts the video output into stereo mode. Displays the Stereo Options dialog box. Displays useful scene statistics.
Viewpoint Menu This menu contains a set of commands that affect the current viewpoint, including model appearance, navigation and sectioning.
Option Saved Viewpoints Description Enables you to use saved viewpoints. Parts of Autodesk Navisworks Interface Sets the viewpoint up vector to align with the selected orientation. Enables you to select rendering mode. Enables you to select lighting mode. Enables you to display primitives. Enables you to select navigation mode. Enables you to control the camera during interactive navigation. Enables you to create a limited volume of your model.
Displays the Edit Viewpoint dialog box for the current viewpoint. Review Menu This menu contains commands for reviewing and markup. Enables you to add and manage annotations. Enables you to use the measure tools. Enables you to add and manage hyperlinks.
Enables you to locate review tags. Renumbers all comment IDs, making them unique to the scene. Renumbers all tag IDs, making them unique to the scene. Tools Menu This menu contains commands for advanced model analysis and reviewing, and also commands for customizing Autodesk Navisworks.
Compare Displays the Compare dialog box. Redline Toggles the Redline Tools tool window. Hyperlinks Toggles the display of hyperlinks. Smart Tags Toggles the display of smart tags. Measure Toggles the Measure Tools tool window. Animation Enables you to control animation playback, and record viewpoint animations. Background Enables you to select a background color for the Scene Area.
File Options Displays the File Options dialog box. Customize Displays the Customize dialog box. Global Options Displays the Options Editor. Help Menu This menu provides access to the Autodesk Navisworks online reference system. Communication Center Opens the Communication Center dockable window. What s This Opens the context-sensitive help. Navisworks on the Web Displays the Autodesk Navisworks product page. System Info Displays detailed information about your system.
About Autodesk Navisworks Review Displays copyright and license information about your copy of Autodesk Navisworks, and enables you to access the Product Information dialog box. Toolbars Autodesk Navisworks toolbars provide quick access to frequently used commands. Every button on a toolbar includes a tooltip, which describes the function the button activates. Placing the mouse over a button displays a brief instruction on how to use this feature in the Status bar.
To open or close toolbars, right-click an empty area next to the last toolbar on the screen, and choose from the list of available toolbars on the shortcut menu. In addition to rearranging the existing Autodesk Navisworks toolbars, you can customize their appearance and content, and create your own toolbars.
When a Autodesk Navisworks toolbar button has a down-pointing arrow, such as, a submenu toolbar is associated with that choice. Click the triangle to open the menu, and select a specific option.
As you move through the menu, additional help is displayed in the Status bar. When the option is selected, it becomes the current command and is displayed as a button in the toolbar. To repeat the command, click the button in the toolbar. To choose a different command, click the triangle again. Some toolbar buttons enable you to choose a program mode. For example, to look around your model, you need to be in look around mode. To rotate the model, you need to be in examine mode and so on.
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Again, if a button is highlighted and has a dark blue boarder around it, it means that the corresponding display element is currently open. As you open more toolbars on the screen, or resize the Autodesk Navisworks window, the toolbars may get overlapped with each other to reduce the screen clutter. When this happens, some buttons will be hidden under the overlaps.
To quickly access the entire set of commands on a toolbar, click the chevron end of the toolbar. The remaining commands available for that toolbar will appear.
NOTE The actual toolbar content can differ from this reference depending on the workspace you use. Standard Toolbar This toolbar provides quick access to file management commands.
Button Description Resets the program, and closes the currently open Navisworks file. Refreshes your scene with the latest versions of currently loaded model files.
Reverses the last performed operation. Displays copyright and license information about your copy of Autodesk Navisworks. Opens the Help system. Opens the Communication Center. Selection Tools Toolbar This toolbar provides access to the selection commands, plus enables you to hide geometry objects.
Button Description Turns on select mode. Turns on select box mode. Navigation Mode Toolbar This toolbar includes nine modes and six SteeringWheels for interactive navigation around your 3D models. Button Description Selects the wheel.
Turns on look around mode. Turns on zoom mode. Turns on zoom box mode. Turns on pan mode. Turns on orbit mode. Turns on examine mode. Turns on fly mode. Turns on turntable mode. Rendering Style Toolbar This toolbar controls the model appearance in Navisworks. Button Description Selects lighting mode. Selects rendering mode. Toggles the rendering of surfaces. Toggles the rendering of lines. Toggles the rendering of points. Toggles the rendering of snap points.
Toggles the rendering of 3D text. Workspace Toolbar This toolbar gives you quick access to the Navisworks review and analysis tools. Button Description Toggles the Redline Tools tool window. Toggles the display of hyperlinks. Toggles the Measure Tools tool window. Toggles the Viewpoints control bar. Toggles the Sectioning toolbar. Toggles the Plan Thumbnail control bar. Toggles the Section Thumbnail control bar.
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