Free Solidworks 2009 Full Version
Parallel installations of major versions are not affected in the text.n For example, you can install SolidWorks 2010 SP 0.1.1, then 2010 SP 1.1 without exiting the command line.
SP 1 will be installed as SP 1 SP 0. That is, everything is fine!
At the beginning of the download (click “Strong options”), press the F10 key (in order to load the setting), and then the “Update” button (drawn in the image). You will immediately see in what order and at what stage of the installation there are differences, and you can either continue or cancel further steps (if necessary).
Now you can proceed to the quality settings and after checking the box, click “Next” and wait for the procedure to end.
After the download is complete, you can view your settings on the “Shortcut” page and, if necessary, either delete them (if something is not clear), or leave them in order to return to the same place later (by the way, you can also turn on the entire program interface in settings!).
And most importantly, the setup is over! You can select the main program window again, open it, start the installation, or leave – there are many options, but only if you are working with SolidEdge VS 2010 SP1 SP0.
18. Project window with Solid Edge and Swing settings
As in the previous case, you can work in two windows – the program in the usual form and in the additional window shown in the figure above.
In your program window, you can see the projection screen and the Solid projection window, and in the projection window, the project window. To view the settings for the two program windows, double-click the right mouse button on Solid and select “Program Window”.
In the extended program window, click “Yes”, then on “Horizontal line”. Click on “Minimum”, which will bring up the workspace settings. After that, you can return to the main mode and work in the extended window.
Sometimes, in order to view the settings of one window, you need to open another window. This happens if the program has several windows, and you want to view the parameters of one of the windows in full screen mode.
If the program window is a “Display” service (see Fig. 5.1), then you can use the same command to view it as you would to view the program settings.
On fig. 2.