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Performance and Customization Enhancements

To permit more flexible Toolbox customization and to improve performance, Toolbox component information is now stored in each part file rather than in a Microsoft Access database. For example, from Toolbox Settings, you can assign components to folders you create and you can rename files. You can also modify components within the default standards.

To open Toolbox Settings, click SolidWorks version > SolidWorks Tools > Toolbox Settings from the list of all programs on the Start menu of your computer.

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