New SolidWorks Tutorials; Become faster and more productive using SolidWorks

Cincinnati, OH, October 17, 2007 — AboutSolidWorks.com has published two new SolidWorks tutorials emphasizing the new functionality of SolidWorks 2008. These tutorials demonstrate some of the ways in which SolidWorks 2008 makes every day part creation easier and faster. The first tutorial shows how the new context toolbars magically appear after you select an item. The second tutorial teaches how to customize the new shortcut bars to provide quicker and easier access to your favorite tools. The practical and straightforward tutorials are enhanced with images to guide new or experienced users step-by-step to teach you as many techniques as possible in the least amount of time.

"The goal of our SolidWorks tutorials is to simply build upon and increase the knowledge of SolidWorks users," said Joe Bucalo, contributing editor to AboutSolidWorks.com. "We work with SolidWorks users on a daily basis, helping them to improve their productivity. We feel tutorials like this will help them to increase their productivity."

SolidWorks users want to learn in a more meaningful and self-directed manner. User feedback has indicated that many users are not comfortable with all the commands included with their CAD system. Primarily what happens is that they are provided the software, but they never attend a training class. This lack of command overwhelms the users and they become very frustrated in the use of the software. In response to these needs, AboutSolidWorks.com will continue to publish tutorials to help users overcome their frustrations.

These new SolidWorks tutorials are available at www.AboutSolidWorks.com.

Who We Are
AboutSolidWorks.com is an independent provider of information about SolidWorks, accessories, and related software. AboutSolidWorks.com is committed to providing the world's best coverage of SolidWorks and SolidWorks-related products. AboutSolidWorks.com is dedicated to helping each and every SolidWorks user be more productive. Contributions to the site, whether they be through tip submissions or offerings of new editorial content, are always welcome. AboutSolidWorks.com features SolidWorks articles, blogs, books, macros, news, support, tips and tricks, training, tutorials, and upcoming SolidWorks events, just to name a few. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, the AboutSolidWorks.com website is not affiliated with SolidWorks.

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