Assigning a Macro to a Toolbar Button
- With a document open, click Tools > Customize, or right-click in the window border and click Customize.
- In the Customize dialog box, on the Commands tab, under Categories, select Macro.
- Under Buttons, drag New Macro Button.
Add a macro button to the Quick Access Toolbar
- Click File > Options > Quick Access Toolbar.
- In the Choose commands from list, click Macros.
- Select the macro you want to assign a button to.
- Click Add to move the macro to the list of buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar.
How do I install a macro in Solidworks?
How to add the Macro to a button in SOLIDWORKS
- Select the Commands tab on the Customize window, and then select Macros from the Categories list.
- Drag and drop the ‘New Macro Button’ on to any toolbar.
- The Customize Macro button box will appear.
From an open model or 3D sketch, with nothing selected, press the spacebar. From the Orientation dialog box, click Normal To . The model aligns with the rotated coordinate system. When you apply this method to a 2D Sketch, the model is aligned normal to the sketch.
How do I create a macro icon in Solidworks?
With a document open, click Tools > Customize. In the dialog box, on the Commands tab: Select Macro in Categories. Under Buttons, drag the New Macro Button to any toolbar or the CommandManager in SOLIDWORKS.
To edit a macro button on a toolbar or CommandManager:
If on a toolbar, right-click the macro button that you want to edit. If in CommandManager, right-click the macro button that you want to edit. Select Properties. In the Customize Macro Button dialog, edit the macro button and click OK.
Assign a Macro to a Simple Button
- In the Developer Tab of the ribbon, simply click on Button (in Windows, click on Insert, and then under Form Controls, click on Button)
- Then click on the Worksheet to add the button.
- Excel will then ask you to assign it to a macro. …
- The button will then be in Edit mode.
On the ribbon, click the appropriate tab or group to display the command that you want to add to the Quick Access Toolbar. Right-click the command, and then click Add to Quick Access Toolbar on the shortcut menu.
You can assign a macro to a custom tab on the Ribbon or a custom button on the Quick Access toolbar in Excel 2013 and then run it by clicking that custom button.
Where are solidworks icons stored?
RE: Solidworks built-in icons
The SOLIDWORKS software provides bitmap images to use as custom buttons. These are located in install_dir/data/user macro icons.
To delete a macro button:
- In an open SolidWorks document, click Tools > Customize.
- Right-click the macro button in the toolbar that you want to edit and select Delete.
- Click OK to close the Customize dialog.