This tutorial introduces you to some of the most commonly used features of the
SolidWorks® 99 mechanical design automation system.
SolidWorks 99 is supported under the Microsoft® Windows® graphical user interface.
This tutorial assumes that you have used Windows before and know basic Windows skills,
such as how to run programs, resize windows, and so on.
Before you begin this tutorial, you should read Chapter 1 of the SolidWorks 99 User’s
Guide, to familiarize yourself with some of the fundamentals, including:
- Window features, such as toolbars, menus, and views
- Basic graphic operations, such as selecting and moving objects
- The FeatureManager™ design tree