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Ways to create copies of your Moldflow studies!

Ways to create copies of your Moldflow studies!

Did you know there are multiple ways to create copies of your Moldflow studies?
 
I see a ton of new Moldflow customers using the Right Click – Duplicate option from the Study Tasks. While this option does work, it does not OPEN the copy. Any changes made are still on the original study.
 
I prefer the Save – Save Study As option. This forces me to rename the new study and then OPENS the copy.
 
Fun fact – I would highly encourage you to use the Copy/Paste Study Settings. This way, you can copy one set of process conditions and paste them into another study.
 
How do you copy your Moldflow studies?

There are two open windows showing how you can save your studie for example by duplicating it or by copy study settings.

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