Select Balloon (Annotation toolbar) or Insert > Annotations > Balloon from the Insert menu.
Make any necessary changes to the properties in the PropertyManager, then click a component in an assembly drawing view, or a component in an assembly model, to put the leader, then click again to place the balloon.
You can't add mates to an assembled part while it's exploding. By selecting and dragging parts in the graphics area and making one or more explode stages, you can generate exploded views. Expanded views from the active configuration can be copied to other settings.
For assembly drawings, an exploded view is typically used to depict the relationship between different components and how they fit together. It aids in comprehending the order in which the various elements are assembled.
By identifying them in the picture, a balloon identifies a part or assembly described in the parts list. The BOM is usually used to create the balloon label. The properties of a part/subassembly (component properties) that are displayed in a components list are contained in the BOM at a minimum.
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