If one of the part is used for in different assemblies.. My issue is how to identify those assemblies which is assembeld by this part in a single step.
You can use SolidWorks Explorer, browse to the part, select it, and click on the "Where Used" tab, but depending on your search settings and folder structure (how widely scattered the assemblies are) it may not find all of them. You can also RMB on the part in Windows Explorer and choose SolidWorks > Re-name. That will bring up a dialog box where it lists where the part is used, but again, it may not list all of them.
Thank you Glenn.
You are correct.
Glenn has pretty much covered all of the possibilities from within SW itself. This is another good reason to use a PDM package which would give a much more thorough listing of where the parts are used.
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