We use a macro in which we input our part/assembly or drawing numbers into for Solidworks to open. However, (and I'm not even sure this is the problem) now that we've upgraded to Windows 7 (64) it hides the dialog box BEHIND Solidworks and essentially makes Solidworks act like it's locked up.
In order to fix this you have to open up Task Manager, find the dialog box title, and click "switch to" in order to bring the dialog box back to the front.
Is this Solidworks or an internal setting with SW? Is this Windows or perhaps the way the macro was written. I could attach the macro if need be.
Thanks in advance.