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A standard Content Center library and a user read/write library must be available to perform this exercise. Review your current Content Center configuration and create a user library.
- Click ManageProjects.
- On the Projects dialog box, double-click the tutorial_files project in the projects list to set it the active project.
- In the lower-right corner of the Projects dialog box, click Configure Content Center Libraries.
The Configure Libraries dialog box displays a list of Content Center libraries in your library storage location.
- Review the list to confirm that libraries are available in the project configuration.
NoteTo perform the tutorial steps, at least one standard Content Center library must be available for use. A standard library can be identified as available if the In Use option is selected and the status in the Access column is Read Only.
Tip If no libraries are available, set up Content Center libraries first. See Help for more details or contact your CAD Administrator.
- If you work in the Desktop Content environment, click the Create Library command on the Configure Libraries dialog box.
NoteIf your Content Center libraries are stored on a server, verify that a user read/write library is available and you can use it for this exercise. Alternatively, you can create a library by using the server console and then add it to the library configuration in the project. See the Help for more details.
- Enter Tutorial Library in the Display Name field. The File Name uses the same string automatically.
- Click OK. The Tutorial Library is created in the Desktop Content folder.
- A newly created library is automatically added to the Content Center configuration. Verify that the In Use box is selected for the Tutorial Library, and the library status is Read/Write.
- Click OK to close the Configure Libraries dialog box.
- Click Save in the Projects dialog box, and then click Done.
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