Select New Part from the Assembly toolbar or Insert > Component > New Part from the Insert menu.
In the Save As dialogue box, give the new section a name and click Save.
While the pointer is on a plane or planar face, choose one.
Construct the features of the part using the same procedures you'd use to make a standalone part.
Click Insert Part (Features toolbar) or Insert > Part while a part document is open. Open a portion document by browsing to it. The PropertyManager for the Insert Part appears. Select any combination of items from the inserted part to include in the derived part under Transfer.
Use the Insert Component PropertyManager to create a component.
Drag from the Task Pane's File Explorer tab.
Drag from a document window that is open.
Drag and drop from the Windows Explorer.
From Internet Explorer, drag a hyperlink.
Drag existing components around the assembly for more examples.
Select Insert Components from the drop-down menu.
Click Browse in the PropertyManager under Part/Assembly to Insert.
Ctrl + choose the following parts in the dialogue box:
Click the Open button.
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