Importing Remnant files is a great way to not waste any remaining materials that was left over.
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but guys in today's video, we're gonna have a quick look at importing remnant for your new sheet. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za hat c o dot Today we make short and easy to watch problem solving videos and we also have daily updates otherwise, back to the programme here. So now we've already looked at adding custom dimensions and also choosing stock ones. Now we're gonna quickly look at adding a remnant. So if we go here to new sheet and we go to our stock, we will see underneath this It's great out and we've got import remnant. So now if you choose one of these sizes, you will see something that becomes available. So this is great for using the remaining, uh, material that from a previous project. So then you can simply import it as a d x f file selected, and then it will open the actual, um, remaining parts, what's left your imported, and then you can work off that. So, yeah, just a quick recap. So what you can do is you can use remaining part of a previous project simply imported. And then, um yeah, you go from there, but yeah, otherwise, that is it. On importing remnant. If we head here to softwaretraining.co.za z, you will find that we've got a variety of different Softwares would recover, and you can also isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward to simply go here, requests a training video, fill in the many form, and then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks guys, for watching and just