Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Using shortcut keys - elecworks. Tips and Tricks #1

The command you need at your fingertips with your personal shortcut keys! Imagine you need the elecworks command for Symbols but do not want to waste time looking for the icon. Here is how you can do it instantly pressing just one key…

Using elecworks shortcut keys
You can assign some keyboard keys to launch instantly an elecworks command without clicking its icon.

To set up these shortcuts, open the "Customize Quick Access Toolbar" and select "More Commands".

elecworks quick access toolbar

Go to the "Keyboard" tab.

In "Category:" select the menu where the command is located.

In "Commands:" select the command.

Go to the "Press new shortcut key" field.

Press the key / keys that should run the command.

The names of keys pressed appear in the "Key assignments:" box.

Click on the "Assign" button.

You can program as many keys as you want.

To exit the interface, click on the "Close" button.

Monday, 10 January 2011

elecworks at SolidWorks World 2011

Join us at SolidWorks World 2011

elecworks: Truly integrated Solidworks software

Come to our booth #206 at SolidWorks World 2011, elecworks team will be pleased to welcome you!

If you are looking for a 100% integrated tool with your SolidWorks license and also:

- Enable mechanical & electrical dpt. working together and sharing data in real-time with a unique data base.

- Gain time by doing your electrical schematics at the same time as the mechanical studies.

- Integrate your electrical project within SolidWorks Enterprise PDM system. New module!

- Benefit from easy to use tools and cutting-edge technology.

- Perform automatically 3D components wiring within SolidWorks (unique on the market!) of a machine or a cabinet layout.

- Insert "Intelligent" 3D electrical components in elecworks for SolidWorks using TraceParts technology.

More information at:

SolidWorks World 2011
Booth #206
Dates: 23-26 January 2011
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas, USA

elecworks at SolidWorks World 2011