SOLIDWORKS File Management Training

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3 CATalyst Levels

Credits: 1
Classroom: 1 session, 7 hours
Virtual: 3 sessions, 2 hours each

Class #: CAD150

The goal of this course is to teach you how to manage files within SOLIDWORKS.

You should view the training course manual as a supplement to, not a replacement for, the system documentation and on-line help. Once you have developed a good foundation in basic skills, you can refer to the on-line help for information on less frequently used command options.

The intended audience for this course is anyone who must use or control SOLIDWORKS files. This course has been designed to use a minimum of SOLIDWORKS commands to accommodate non-SOLIDWORKS users.

Class Details

  • SolidWorks File Structure

  • Saving Files
  • File References
  • Shared Files

The SOLIDWORKS File Management training guide will be supplied at the beginning of class and is yours to keep.

Students will understand the files created by SOLIDWORKS and how they relate to each other.

  • Students attending this course are expected to have the following:
  • • General experience with the SOLIDWORKS software.
  • • Experience with the Windows™ operating system.

2 Upcoming Classes:

DateTimeLocation 
March 8, 9, 10, 20218:00am - 10:00am - CST
June 8, 9, 10, 20211:00pm - 3:00pm - CST Register

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Training Testimonials

This course made learning SOLIDWORKS about 10 times easier and faster than if I had done it on my own.

Jason Peck

[The Instructor] was very observant as to participant level of understanding, and slowed his pace, or repeated a sequence to ensure the concepts were understood.

Mark Fritsche

I was overqualified for this course, but I still enjoyed it and learned a few things. I would definitely recommend this course.

Christopher Daly