Select "customization mode" from the drop-down menu.
Look for commands.
Drag and drop the command onto the shortcut bar to add it.
Right-click on the window border and select Customize, or go to Tools > Customize. Select the toolbars to display and clear the toolbars to hide on the Toolbars tab. Your choices will be applied to the type of SOLIDWORKS document that is now open. Select Enable CommandManager to enable the CommandManager.
Right-click on the window border and choose Customize, or go to Tools > Customize. Select which toolbars should be visible and which should be hidden on the Toolbars tab. Your choices will be applied to the currently active SOLIDWORKS document type.
Customize the CommandManager tab by right-clicking it. Select a category that contains tool buttons to add in the Customize dialogue box's Commands tab. On a single custom CommandManager tab, you can combine tool buttons from multiple categories. Select the buttons and drag them to the CommandManager tab.
SolidWorks is a wonderful place for engineers to learn CAD software since it is more user friendly and easy to use because it is utilised for instructional purposes.
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Sir, some of the Options in ' Mechanical Mate' has skipped from your video. Please make those videos.
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