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The following content is a lesson about how to insert components into an assembly. It explains the process of how you would need to do it in order to complete your task. To insert a component, you first need to make sure that the part has been selected. Next, you would need to click on "Insert Component" or "Insert Component Here". Another way of doing this is by clicking on the component you want along the top bar, then selecting "Insert Component" from below.

If you are an individual who is thinking of knowing about the model creation process in Solidworks, then this tutorial is for you. Here, we will discuss how to create a solid model in Solidworks by defining dimensions, creating shapes and performing modeling tasks. First step: Defining dimensions To create a solid model in Solidworks, one should start by defining dimensions. This will help them understand the size of the product they are working on and the design they intend to build. This is done by first creating an extrusion on one side of the surface where it starts and ends. One can also create curves for this purpose as well as using different planes like horizontal or vertical planes to define different parts of their project Second step: Creating shapes After defining dimensions, one should move onto modeling tasks

1.Use the Insert Component Property Manager. 2.Drag from the File Explorer tab in the Task Pane. 3.Drag from an open document window. 4.Drag from Windows Explorer. 5.Drag a hyperlink from Internet Explorer. 6.Drag within the assembly for additional instances of existing components.

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