We now use SolidWorks 2013 and since the update the options button in the "save as" dialog is missing.
How can I resore that button?
Please refer to to Solution Id: S-049287 under SolidWorks Knowledge base.
Try using Shift + File > Save AS i.e. hold down the shift key and then go to File > Save As.
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What "options" are missing?
This button should show up if you choose an export format from the "Save as type" pull down that has options. This is the same behavior as at least SolidWorks 2012 and likely earlier releases (I only tried SolidWorks 2012 and 2013 to confirm).
I hope this helps,
No matter which format I choose, the button remains absent.
Same thing with the "save as 3D" checkbox when saving as *.pdf (which is working with a script).
I would like to export an ACIS *.sat in a compatible version to import in DraftSight and finaly save it as 3Ddxf.
go to tools-> customize->menus and reset all
after that restart solidworks.
is that correct?
What service pack of SolidWorks 2013 are you using and what operating system? Can you include a of the entire SolidWorks application with the Save As dialog up and the file type set to ACIS?
Reset all did not help.
We are using
I suspect that DBWorks get's in the way.
I will deactivate it as soon as possible and update this discussion.
This did work. Thank you very much.
The Subscription Service contract is not acive with my account.
Well the solution id suggests that DBWorks is the cause. If you disable the add-in then options would work fine. In case you want to keep the DBWorks enabled then use shift key as suggested above.
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