Highlights of SolidWorks 2012
Legal Notices
User Interface
SolidWorks Fundamentals
Installation
Assemblies
CircuitWorks
Configurations
Costing
Drawings and Detailing
eDrawings
SolidWorks Enterprise PDM
Administration Tool
Customized Enterprise PDM Menus
Customizing Menus
Copying Menu Settings
Returning to Default Menu Settings
Displaying Full User Names in the User Interface
Replication Failover
File Explorer and SolidWorks Add-in
Product Support
System Performance
Web Client Access Extended
Flow Simulation
Import/Export
Motion Studies
Parts and Features
Routing
Sheet Metal
Simulation
Sketching
Sustainability
Toolbox
Weldments
SolidWorks Workgroup PDM
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Returning to Default Menu Settings

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  1. On the Menus page of the Settings dialog box, click Reset.
  2. When prompted to confirm that you want to reset all menus, click OK.


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