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Performance Limit of a Document?

Michael_CoffeeMichael_Coffee Member Posts: 88 ✭✭✭
We've been talking about how to approach organizing our documents and we had a few questions dealing with how well a document would handle having multiple tabs within it. There was a post somewhere where someone talked about the document getting convoluted after so many tabs (something like over a hundred or something). We do want to avoid having just a row of tabs that stretch on to infinity, since that would be an organizational nightmare. In one of our scenarios, we would have a single configured model (think giant assembly of different assemblies and parts) at the beginning of the document and then a folder called Drawings for every drawing using that model. We would organize the drawings into more folders, but eventually, you'd reach the section that only has a handful of drawings (maybe 5 or so, not sure yet ultimately how many there actually will be). Using this approach, would we see a problem with the document if there were over a hundred or more drawings organized inside of these folders?


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