I’m starting a new series of posts called “Inventor Show & Tell”. These are quick posts showing some cool functionality or configuration within Autodesk Inventor that I’m using. The first is my custom iProperty editor. This tool replaces the standard iProperty editor. It corrals users into using set field values by utilizing dropdowns, checkboxes, etc. The nice part is the iProperty templates (shown below the tab area). You can save predefined values for each field to a template. This template can then quickly be applied to other files without manually typing in all the values again.
You can accomplish a similar feat without the fuss using iPropwiz: http://www.ipropwiz.com/index.html