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The Workflow Customization SolidWorks

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The Workflow Customization section of the Welcome To SolidWorks window allows you to hide and display tools, links, and menus items based on your usage of SolidWorks. You can select one, two, all, or none of the following categories:
Machine Design
Mold Design
Consumer Product Design
When you select an option in the Workflow Customization section of the window, the following changes will occur in your part document environment:
Machine Design 
The Machine Design Overview, Machine Design Tutorials, and SolidWorks SimulationXpress links will be displayed on the SolidWorks Resources tab of the task pane. Sheet Metal and Weldments tabs will be added to the CommandManager. The Molds menu item will be hidden in the Insert menu. Draft Analysis, Undercut Detection, and Deviation Analysis will also be hidden in the Tools menu.
Mold Design 
The Mold Design Overview, Mold Design Tutorials, and Import File links will be displayed on the SolidWorks Resource tab of the task pane. Surfaces and Molds tabs will be added to the  CommandManager. The Weldments menu item will be hidden in the Insert menu.
Consumer Product Design 
A Consumer Product Tutorials link will be displayed on the SolidWorks Resources tab of the task pane. The Surfaces tab will be added to the CommandManager. The Weldments menu item will be hidden in the Insert menu. The Undercut Detection menu item will be hidden in the Tools menu.
SolidWorks 2010
No Experien ce Re quired
Alex Ruiz
with Gabi Jack
by Wiley Publishing, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana

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