Do you mean the actual reaction forces, or simply the stresses (you know the nice colors from blue to red) ?
If it are the stresses you're after I can think of two things:-
- you can hide any body, or use isolate in solidworks to hide all other components. At first your plot won't be any different. You have to first activate another plot, and next you reselect the stress-plot. you will see that only the isolated body will be displayed now. In addition you can double click your colorchart and activate the option "adjust range to showed components" (or something like that, it's on of the checkmarks in the top of the chart settings property manager).
- another way is to use the section clipping ability. This won't hide the other parts, but you will get a sectionlike view wich will allow you to uncover stresses which weren't visible at first.
Yes, the forces and where on the geometry they exist. Both of these were suggestions were helpful. I was not aware of the section clipping option--that actually was the most useful is seeing what I wanted to see.