SolidWorks Macro

PARTsolutions files for SolidWorks will be delivered in an archived folder (.zip extension) as SolidWorks Visual Basic files (.swb extension). In order to utilize these files, please use one of the following methods:

SolidWorks Tools Menu:

  1. From the SolidWorks toolbar select: Tools > Macro > Run.
  2. Locate the macro file (.swb extension) and select it.
  3. When prompted, select the directory location for the part(s) / assembly to be saved.

SW Macro Run

 

The SolidWorks Macro file process is now complete.

Drag and Drop:

  1. Use WinZip (or equivalent program) to extract the files contained in the .zip archive.
  2. Drag and drop the macro file (.swb extension) into an open instance of SolidWorks. NOTE: Don’t drag & drop the macro into an open part/assembly file.
  3. When prompted, select the directory location for the part(s) / assembly to be saved.

Drag and Drop

PARTsolutions files for SolidWorks will be delivered in an archived folder (.zip extension) as SolidWorks Visual Basic files (.swb extension). In order to utilize these files, please use one of the following methods:

Drag and Drop:

  1. Use WinZip (or equivalent program) to extract the files contained in the .zip archive.
  2. Drag and drop the macro file (.swb extension) into an open instance of SolidWorks. NOTE: Don’t drag & drop the macro into an open part/assembly file.
  3. When prompted, select the directory location for the part(s) / assembly to be saved.

Drag and Drop

SolidWorks Tools Menu:

Step 1: Unzip Folder

  1. Use WinZip (or equivalent program) to extract the files contained in the .zip archive.
  2. From the SolidWorks toolbar select: Tools  Macro  Run.
  3. Locate the macro file (.swb extension) and select it.
  4. When prompted, select the directory location for the part(s) / assembly to be saved.

SW Macro Run

 

The SolidWorks Macro file process is now complete.

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