For example it coud be done in the drawing:
- choose Point in the drawing menu:
- press apply
Thank you. That was the hint I needed.
I did it in the part editor.
1. First edit the sketch.
2. Place a Sketch Node in the middle of the square. A faint red line appears showing it lines up with the top hole.
3. Select Dimension flyout and set it to 0.75" which is proper distance from the PDF drawings I have.
4. Now drag a box around all the parts to select everything.
5. And then select the Move dialog under the Sketch Menu. This is where I was always confused.
5a. The figures are already selected so I can ignore the first box.
5b. Click the 'from' box, it highlights, and click on that Sketch Node I created in step 2.
5c. Now click on the 'to' box and then move the cursor over the 0,0 position and click.
5d. The Apply button is made active and can be clicked which moves the part.
When I write Delphi Windows applications I always try and create as many hints as possible when a mouse hovers over something. Unfortunately that move dialog doesn't have that done so it's just that little bit harder to use. Having written the procedure above I think I'll remember it now.