- Place the ConfigBuilder folder extracted from the ConfigBuilder.zip file to any location you desire.
- You can edit the macro for code review from within SOLIDWORKS by selecting Tools, Macro, Edit. Browse to the location where you placed the ConfigBuilder folder following this path \ConfigBuilder\SwMacro\ and select the ConfigBuilder.vbproj file.
- With a SOLIDWORKS part or assembly open and active select Tools, Macro, Run.
- In the “Open” dialog box make sure the macro type is set as highlighted below
- Browse to the location where you placed the ConfigBuilder folder following this path \ConfigBuilder\SwMacro\bin\ and select the ConfigBuilder.dll file.
- The ConfigBuilder form will be presented, enter as many configuration names that you want added to your part or assembly:
- In the above example when you click the “Add To Active Document” button, configurations with the name A, B, C, and D would be added to your part or assembly.
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