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How can I find the highest top level assembly in a project

Question asked by Dmitry Ponomarev on Feb 8, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 8, 2018 by Alex Lachance



I constantly get different solidworks projects from coworkers, where there are a bunch of assembly files in the same folder, without any information of which file I need to open. I have to open them one by one, becasue they don't name the master assembly "top assembly" or something like this.


I'm wondering if there is a fast way to find the highest level parent assembly in a project without having to open up all the others. Besides looking at the modified date of each file.


If there is no way to currently do this, maybe I can request it as a feature to be added?