annoying tool tip ballons in 2004

Is there a registry option to kill the tool tip ballons in in 2004.
It seems like if I uncheck the toolbar tip option in part mode they
come back in assembly mode and drawing mode. I have the same
experience with the quick tips help at the lower left corner of the
screen.
Ned
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Ned
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bob z. doesn't have an answer for you, just a question to add. Why doesn't solidworks have an 'expert' mode? A setting that gets rid of all the annoying little popups, questions and tooltips. bob z. uses the little prog 'push the freakin button', but why should he waste precious resources or 3rd party software?
-- bob z.
"people with less brain power than you are doing more difficult things everyday"©
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bob zee
Ned,
Tools/Customize or, RMB on any icon, toolbar manager pops up, Customize, Toolbars, (bottom of window) Show tooltips, Use large tooltips.
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Paul Salvador
Oops, sorry, did not read fully, my bad,.. No, I do no know why it shows back up on your asm's after setting and I do not know the reg setting? Anyhow, the comic strip "whathe*@&$isdat" balloons seem to turn off for me.
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Paul Salvador
I made the popup help go away by turning off in an empty part, then an empty assy, then an empty drawing. It seems that the setting is per file, not global. Have you tried that?
- Eddy
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Eddy Hicks
Paul,
OK... that turns off the tooltips. Have you found a way to turn off the big-ass "idiot box" in the lower right hand corner called "quick tips". I would very much like it to go away forever. It pops randomly distracting me, I hate it allot.
Are we targeting kindergarten kids with SW now, or what.
Regards
Mark
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MM
Mark,
Sorry, I do not remember how I got rid of it?? Damn, now when I was trying to find out how I removed it, I reactivated it!?
arrgggghhh.
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Reply to
Paul Salvador
Look for the tiny red "x" down in the lower right corner of SW. When it's off, you'll see a little question mark there as if you would click on it for help.
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Dale Dunn

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