To Display Detailed Model Information
1. Click Tools > Model. If you are in Part mode, a feature information window opens in the Creo Parametric browser and lists the part name and features of this part.
2. If you are in Assembly mode, the Model Info dialog box opens.
3. Under Select Model, click the option for which you want information that is one of Top Level, Subassembly, Part, or Skeleton.
4. If the SELECT dialog box opens, select the subassembly, part, or skeleton that you want information about and click OK.
5. Click Apply in the Model Info dialog box. A feature information report is displayed in the Creo Parametric browser.
6. If required, sort the report in ascending or descending order based on the contents of a column by clicking its column header. Clicking the column header again reverses the sort order.
For User Defined Features and features that are a part of a group, the report displays the group name or the User Defined Feature name with the actual feature name in parentheses in the Item Name column. This enables you to sort the report for similar grouped features by group name and UDF name. For example, Group ABD(AE_1).
Alternatively, you can view the model information in an Information Window if the info_output_format configuration option is set to Text. This feature information is saved to a file named part-name.inf.n, where part-name is the name of the model and n is the version number of the file.
The information depends on what you have selected.
Top Level
View model information for the top-level assembly.
View model information for a particular subassembly.
View the following model information for a part:
Regular features
Suppressed features
Coordinate systems
Cross sections
Reference dimensions
Incomplete features
Parts are labeled if they are a generic or an instance. To use the Name option on a part, the part must have been created or retrieved during the working session.
View model information for a skeleton.
By default, only the names of the objects appear in the Model Info window. However, you can use the configuration file option display_full_object_path to display the full path name of the objects, along with their object-type and version-number suffixes.