I've tried but it also doesn't work...
have you tried F10,
this toggles the toolbars on/off-
is the correct workspace you are using
other than that I think you may have
a bad registry and will need to reload defaults
I'll see if I can find the links - kelef
see scrnsht below- hope this helps
BIG EDIT: you will reset any SolidWorks custom toolbars and settings, using this!
BACKUP YOUR REGISTRY and use SolidWorks Tools>Copy Settings Wizard
to be safe
try this>close SWs and other related
> go to windows button> "run"
> type "regedit">click ok/enter
> double LMB click "HKEY_CURRENT_USER"- to expand the folder
> double LMB click "Software"- to expand that folder
>scroll down to "SolidWorks" folder>RMB click and rename
>change "SolidWorks" to "SolidWorksOld"
>Exit the registry thru "File>Exit"
restart SolidWorks and a new folder in the registry will be created
if/when you are satisfied with SW you can go back and delete the "SolidWorksOld" folder
ifyou are not happy with SW you can go back and delete the new "SolidWorks" folder
and rename "SolidWorksOld" folder to "SolidWorks" but this will leave where you are now
let us know how you get on - kelef
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See if this Command Manager has disappeared. How do you get it back? will help. If all else fails, you should be able to right-click at the top of your screen to get the list of available toolbars. Click on "Customize" at the very bottom. That will bring up the box shown below. Go to the Commands Tab, select Sketch as shown, then you can drag the desired commands onto your CommandManager.