Edit Sketch isn't available as a custom.
And it only shows when a feature (or its sketch) is selected.
A possible workaround is to record it as a macro and assign it to a custom button which is then added.
That's too bad, I will look into macros, although I've never used them in solidworks before so I'm not super confident about it either.
Any idea why this option doesn't exist for sheet metal but does for other features/parts?
Thanks for the help.
It does....however, when you use "convert to sheet metal", then when you select any area of the part in the graphics window, you are basically selecting the "Convert" feature. Which doesn't have a sketch. If you select the feature you want to modify from the tree, then the edit sketch is there.
If you were create the part from sheetmetal using the Base flange feature and go from there, it is there on some features selected from the graphics window.
I'm not using the convert to sheet metal feature, I am starting with a base flange. However, I am trying to edit the sketch from an assembly, not from the part file. That's the issue in this case, is that switching back and forth to the part to edit sketches a few hundred times a day is getting old.