The CommandManager is a context-sensitive toolbar that dynamically updates
based on the toolbar you want to access. By default, it has toolbars embedded
in it based on the document type.
When you click a tab below the Command Manager, it updates to show that
toolbar. For example, if you click the Sketches
tab, the Sketch toolbar appears.
Use the Command Manager to access toolbar buttons in a central location
and to save space for the graphics area.
To toggle the descriptions and
size of the buttons, right-click in the CommandManager and select or clear
Use Large Buttons with Text. This
option is also available in Tools,
Customize, on the Toolbars
access the CommandManager:
To use the CommandManager:
float the CommandManager:
dock a floating CommandManager:
To add a custom tab to the CommandManager:
To add CommandManager tool buttons:
To change tool button labels:
To display or hide tabs:
To activate SolidWorks add-ins: