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Moving Part Studios to another document

jmccormickjmccormick Member Posts: 20 PRO
As I try to figure out how I want our Onshape to be organized, I have created several Part Studios that I now realize should be in some sort of Standard location that can be shared by any future project (document).  I have these in a folder within the existing project (document) but there is no option to move those folders to another document.  I feel this would be a good choice so that others will know where to go to find the specific shared object rather than searching through all existing documents to see if it is available. 

I am not so far along that I couldn't delete them and re-import them but I was hoping there is a better way since the objects are already used in assemblies with configurations and deleting them would break the assembly and configurations.
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  • GlenDGlenD Member, OS Professional Posts: 240 PRO
    edited April 28 Accepted Answer
    You can move part studios and assemblies etc to a new document. Right click on selection as shown in clip and select move to document or new document. The documents can then be moved to any folder you wish for organizing.

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  • GlenDGlenD Member, OS Professional Posts: 240 PRO
    edited April 28 Accepted Answer
    You can move part studios and assemblies etc to a new document. Right click on selection as shown in clip and select move to document or new document. The documents can then be moved to any folder you wish for organizing.

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