You can maintain folder structures according to your company standards by creating shortcuts to data files inside the SOLIDWORKS Electrical project folders.
You can add existing SOLIDWORKS assemblies to SOLIDWORKS Electrical projects and create shortcuts to the files in the SOLIDWORKS Electrical project folder.
When printing, exporting, or archiving reports and terminal strips, you can ensure that the project data is up to date automatically.
When copying a set of objects in a drawing, you can define an anchor or reference point and use that reference point to paste the objects into a new drawing.
You can navigate to any entity in the design rule check (DRC) reports or normal reports using the Report Manager dialog box.
You can change the attribute visibility while defining or editing drawings symbols or title blocks.
You can define cable mark formulas through project configuration.
You can use the Excel Automation option to generate schematics automatically from a Microsoft Excel file by adding data and macros.
You can set the same values/tags between various connected objects like wire, equipotentials; terminal and PLCs.
The Graphical Properties tab shows the graphical properties of any CAD entity, symbol, or wire element.
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