Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Customizing the Command Manager, part of SOLIDWORKS Tips & Tricks.
- [Instructor] For this week's tips and tricks…we're gonna be looking at…customizing the Command Manager.…Now if you look at the ribbon bar here…at the top of the screen,…notice we have Features, Sketch, Surfaces,…and stuff like that.…We can obviously add and remove different tool palettes…by right-clicking and choosing…the ones we wanna turn on,…so if I wanna turn on Weldments, click on Weldments,…and here it is showing up,…if I wanna turn it off, go ahead…and just turn Weldments off, pretty straight-forward.…Now, if you wanna go to maybe the Sketch toolbar…and add or remove icons, we can do that.…And we can actually move them around…depending on your workflow,…and what you're actually working with,…so maybe you wanna add a lot of Sketch Pictures,…and you notice hey, there's no Sketch Pictures up here…in my icon or toolbar, can I add that in?…Obviously the answer is yes,…we can add things, we can customize,…or we can remove icons if we're not using something,…so let's take a look at how we can do that.…
The first thing I wanna do is go over here…
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