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Try running through the tutorials provided with SE.
Even running through previous version's tutorials is helpful.(example V10)
It does give you a great overview of how SE works.
In some cases running through SolidWorks tutorials can be of some help -
in the methodology of creating parts and assmblies.
Most SE resellers are also more than willing to give you a 60min crash course.
SE is intuitive enough for most "PC generation" users to go from there.
If you are not of that generation - personal tutation is still the quickest way.
Even some students will be capable to help - if you put pride aside & are patient enough.
So try to make a friend HERE at our SE community that is willing to help.
Maybe post an add: "Tutor needed - will travel"?! ;-)
In an earlier post in this thread, I have suggested that one should work through the tutorials sent with the SE program package, to quickly come up to speed in using SE. I have done so with great success utilising V5, V10, V17 and V18 tutorials. (V5 was the only "loan" version)
Someone has asked me per private post:
If you have started with SE V18, how do you get your hands on earlier version's tutorials.
>> That said without getting that earlier versions and actually installing them.
I must confess that I simply do not have an answer. Maybe an archive somewhere - maybe UGS?
(My reseller is dragging his feet on restoring my UGS web access - do not know why though.)
Maybe YOU have an answer? Does UGS have an archive like this.
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