SolidWork's Manual?... help.

Hi, i search solidwork's manual.
Someone can help me where find it?..
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Tecno Garden
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When you take training from a VAR you get a manual.
Otherwise there is the online help and the Knowledge Base in the subscription area.
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TOP
I downloaded a "SolidWorks 2004 Reference Guide" after coming back from SolidWorks World 2004. They also were giving copies away at the conference. This PDF file is 982 pages long, and has lots info.
I tried searching on their website for a 2005 reference guide, but couldnt find one. Maybe they went cheap again and decided not to create one.
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SW Monkey
It's on the table in the living room, next to the armchair.
Reply to
Laz
It was said by Solidworks that not enough people showed interest in the 2004 pdf manual to continue to create it.
SW M> I downloaded a "SolidWorks 2004 Reference Guide" after coming back from
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Jason
LOL. Sure. They didnt announce it, or anything. I just happen to see the booth at SolidWorks World. What should happen is SolidWorks or VARS should notify the customers about stuff like this. I know they have "SolidWorks Express" newsletter, but even though I signed up for it, I never recieve it. I even emailed SolidWorks about this problem, but never received a response.
Fact is, most people probably didnt know about it.
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SW Monkey
I never even knew it existed! Can someone email me a copy, please? :-)
Reply to
pete
It's a 12,659KB zip file. Can your email take it?
Jerry Steiger Tripod Data Systems "take the garbage out, dear"
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Jerry Steiger
Whatever not enough interest means. As I recall there was a general sense of rejoicing on the newsgroup when it came out. I wonder where it stands in respect to the CSWP pages, the SWMN pages or even 3DC2? They never give numbers.
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TOP
Yes Jerry, It's had bigger!, lol But if you will send it, many thanks :-)
BTW I was reading the article in Mcad mag about SW2006. The mag talks about SW Ceo keeping in touch with sw users, maybe in the US, but here in the UK, we never hear anything, until someone puts up a post here. :-(
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pete
could you put it on a site to download at all?
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Lee Bazalgette - Factory
"Lee Bazalgette - Factory" wrote in message news: snipped-for-privacy@nnrp-t71-03.news.uk.clara.net...
OK. The following should work for the next couple of days.
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Jerry Steiger Tripod Data Systems "take the garbage out, dear"
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Jerry Steiger
Thanks Jerry
Regards
Jonathan Stedman
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jjs
Thanks Jerry. I'm downloading as we speak.
Chris
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cdubea

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