No idea - without some pictures or files - drawing files cannot be rotated using the mouse wheel, only the solid model..
sory it's an drawn solid model. Do you have any idea.
Can you attach the file here that exhibits this behavior?
O man!!...I always wanted to rotate the drawing sheet and see whats on the other side. hahaha
Are you working in an assembly?
No i am working on part. Before it was working now my mouse cant rotate the object drawn .
Do you have a sketch open or a hidden dialog box open??
OK, I'd suggest doing a Windows+Tab and tab thru the open windows to see if there might be a hidden message that could be causing the problem. Can you rotate thru the View menu? View -> Modify -> Rotate
Close SolidWorks and re-open it. If that doesn't work, re-boot your computer.
Check your mouse. It's possible that the electronics died inside while importing drawing just to confuse you.
If it's alive and well close solidworks and reopen.
If reopening solidworks doesn't solve your problem reboot your computer.
I was thinking somewhere in solidwork setting something may be untick or tick so that might be the cause of it....Do you have any idea sachin.
Had a similar problem here this morning.
A MS-brand wireless mouse had arbitrarily decided that pressing the wheel was tied to "Flip" (expose all running programs) instead of "middle-click".
The fix was to set an app-specific behaviour of "middle-click" for SW, in the mouse's dialog box under "Devices & Printers" (Not "mouse" under Control Panel!).
Some months ago, my cheap Logitech M185 mouse stopped being able to rotate the view of objects in SolidWorks with the wheel button. Panning in my BricsCAD stopped working as well. I had an identical mouse on my laptop, so I swapped mice, but the problem was still there. Testing the pan function in BricsCAD on the laptop, I found that it also stopped working.
So, at least in my case, it was not the mouse itself. But, rather, apparently some Windows update had broken this function on the . I tried re-installing the drivers, uninstalling the drivers, installing the drivers again, and trying to reconfigure the functions set for the middle mouse button. I gave up, and purchased a cheap Microsoft mouse, which solved the problem.
About once a year I face this issue with my mouse(mice?). The center wheel stops working, we use M-705 mice for convenience everyone likes the contour to the hand and they work pretty well. Back to the topic on hand it is probably coincidence that it happened the way you described. If available grab a mouse from another workstation and try it out on your computer. If it performs the way you expect it to, your mouse wheel has died and time to get a new one. If it doesn't then you have an issue with your computer/ software.
Either way good luck.
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