Welcome to SolidWorks forums Kevin.
A macro can do the job by pulling the information in to an excel/txt file but this would need files to be opened up whereas using a FSO script, you can get the information via windows.
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I haven't used macros or FSO scripts. Where is a good resource on how to create macro's?
I know how to do it with macro (but this is a slower process as this involves opening the file).
Using FSO or Doucment manager, this would be fast as no need to open the files. Let me try to test one and share with you.
Sorry for a late reply but try the attached macro.
- Extract the attached file to know location.
- Open SolidWorks (SW) and go to Tools > Macro > Edit. This will open the browse window.
- Browse to the extracted macro file.
- This will open macro editor. Go to Tools > References in the macro editor.
- Uncheck the libraries with missing symbol (SW 2012) and select the required libraries based on your SW version.
- Edit the paths as required
- Save and close the macro.
- Now run the macro via Tools > Macro > Run and browse to this saved macro.
Get File Info.swp.zip 8.9 KB