Run Macro by Dialog
with WINZIP or an equal program.
with extension .swb (SolidWorks Visual Basic Program) in Tools -> Macro -> Run....
preferred part with extension .swb (SolidWorks Visual Basic Program)
from file dialog.
destination directory where the part should be stored.
users we provide the following solution:
Drag&Drop file with extension .swb
(SolidWorks Visual Basic Program) into the SolidWorks window.
Do not Drag&Drop in an open
Macro Solidworks 2007
2007 proceed as follows:
file with extension .swb and press open. A dialog will appear to
confirm the conversion process.
button from the top tool bar. If the macro does not run place the
cursor on the Main method inside the edit window.
You may close the Visual Basic
Window after the creation process.