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Sketch Tree

Question asked by Matt Brasher on Oct 25, 2013
Latest reply on Oct 25, 2013 by Glenn Schroeder

I'm a former CATIA user that has recently started a new job with a company that utilizes Solid Works.  As you can imagine I am constantly comparing Solid Works to CATIA.  For the most part the transition has been pretty smooth.  There are some things I like about Solid Works (Assembly design is much easier, and for the price/functionality you can't beat it.)   BUT, what I want to ask is, is there a way to "Turn On" the tree for a sketch?  What I mean is, in CATIA, every line, point, constraint, and mirror appears in the tree.  This allows you to easily identify how the sketch was made, and to make changes (such as deleting a mirror to remove half a sketch.)  Is there an option that can be turned on to enable this functionality in Solidworks.  The information is obviously there, I just need to access it.

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