Microsoft Office Integration in EPDM

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You can travel all over the world, pay crazy money to go into museums to see beautiful works of art, or you can look at this masterpiece: Ain’t she a beaut? Finally Microsoft Office integration with SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM. This ribbon bar can be used in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. For EPDM 2014, you can download the install from the customer portal.

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Microsoft Office Integration in EPDM

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You can travel all over the world, pay crazy money to go into museums to see beautiful works of art, or you can look at this masterpiece: Ain’t she a beaut? Finally Microsoft Office integration with SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM. This ribbon bar can be used in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. For EPDM 2014, you can download the install from the customer portal.

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Editing Toolbox settings slow?

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I should have written this before SOLIDWORKS 2012 because in the old days people were more affected by slow Toolbox editing than they are today… If it takes a long time to modify your SOLIDWORKS Toolbox settings, there could be something wrong with the Microsoft Access file that is used to store some of your settings. Microsoft Access has a tool, “Compact and Repair Database” that I’ve seen greatly increase the performance of your toolbox. Find your SWBrowser.mdb file (“\lang\english\SWBrowser.mdb” by default) […]

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How to customize your place

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If you do a lot of work in Microsoft Office and find it a chore to navigate into your SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM vault view, I think I have a tip you’ll love. Check out Microsoft’s knowledge base article 826214. It shows how to add a shortcut to your vault in the My Places section of your Open and SaveAs dialogs.

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