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Try My.SolidWorks today - the one place to connect, discover, and share everything SolidWorks. Quick find answers to your questions across the SolidWorks Community and Support resources. Open to all …

Try My.SolidWorks today - the one place to connect, discover, and share everything SolidWorks. Quick find answers to your questions across the SolidWorks Community and Support resources. Open to all at My.SolidWorks.com, log in today!

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  • Find answers to your questions across the SolidWorks Community and Support resourcesAttention Presenters:#1-3 below = what users can do if they are not logged in/don’t have an account for my.SolidWorks.#1-9 below = what users can do if they are logged in/have an account for my.SolidWorks. (note: they can use their existing SolidWorks customer portal/Forums log in to access My.SolidWorks).1. Search – Quickly and easily find answers to your questions from multiple places at once—including sites not accessible to Google and other search engines. Plus if you’re on subscription, you can access the Solutions Knowledge Base, SPR Database, online help, and more.2. Browse – Stay up to date with current SOLIDWORKS blog posts,videos, forum posts, and more.3. Access the SOLIDWORKS Support Home Page – Get downloads,system requirements, and more.4. Access online training manuals – For customers who attend a VARtraining session.5. Share information with colleagues and your team and add morevalue – Being a source of solutions is good for both you and yourteam. Share important tips, answers, and insights.6. Bookmark items – Bookmark things you fi nd useful, and quickly andeasily get back to them at any time.7. Contribute – Help others get more from SOLIDWORKS. When yousee a discussion at My.SolidWorks that’s right up your alley, it’s easyto jump in and add your thoughts.8. Coming Soon! Access Learning – Everyone will be able to accesssome SOLIDWORKS lessons from My.SolidWorks, and customers onSubscription will be able to access even more.9. Coming Soon! SOLIDWORKS Add-In – The SOLIDWORKS Add-Inwill give you access to all the features of My.SolidWorks insideSOLIDWORKS software.
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    • 1. Try My.SolidWorks – the one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks. 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 2/21/2014 | ref.: 3DS_Document_2012 Open to all at my.solidworks.com 1 Users get more when they log in/have an account (can use your SolidWorks customer portal/forum account). Powerful search: Quickly find answers to your questions from multiple places at once—including sites not accessible to Google and other search engines. Share it!

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