In most cases, extra files (drawings, PDFs, etc.) are required for complete project documentation. ETS offers the possibility of storing project related files within the ETS project.
Adds a file to the project.
Deletes all selected files; there is no Undo.
Extracts all selected files to a user-defined directory.
Extracts all files to a user-defined directory.
How Does It Work?
When a project is exported, all associated project files are also exported in the same export file. If a project like this is then imported to another ETS computer, all associated project files will be restored locally after the import.
- Please note that each attached project file increases the project file size accordingly. For example, attaching a 20 MB PDF file will make the size of the project file increase by nearly 20 MB. With very large project files, the time required for an import/export is increased considerably (including when using the project archive) because these project files must then also be extracted or copied.
- The project file as such is compressed, which means that project files which can be compressed well, will have less effect on the project file size (for more information about export files).
- The maximum size of all project files may not exceed 200 MB.