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CATIA User Interface
•Let’s review the following key features:
ÄMulti-document support ÄStandard and specific menus & toolbars (File, Edit, Insert, …) ÄStandard manipulation (Copy-Paste, Drag & Drop, …) ÄIntuitive (Highlight, copilot, cursor shapes, …) ÄContextual menu (Mouse Button 3) ÄSpecification Tree (including all technological features, constraints, relationships, …) ÄWorkbenches andassociated toolbars …

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ÄThe next pages are very important to use CATIA correctly. ÄYou MUST READ these pages and refer to them if you don’t remember how to use some of the functionalities. ÄFirst, open a CATIA file. 8Launch CATIA if it is not already launched 8Click on the Close button 8Maximize the CATIA window 8Close the Product1 window 8Open thefile polepiece.CATPart under the …\DATA\Assembly Design\ directory 8Select the polepiece.CATPart file 8Click on the Open button

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CATIA window Use the Window menu to list & swap Icons to minimize, maximize or close window open windows

Menus Window of active document Tree & Geometry Toolbars of active workbench Icon of active workbench

Use this icon to quit afunction

Tree scrollbar Toolbars Prompt zone

Double arrows indicate more toolbars Drag the >> sign to move unseen toolbars

Undo icon to cancel actions

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• Dialog boxes provide parameters for the definition of features. They are standardized across all functions.
ÄEX: if you double-click on a hole you will get the Hole Definition dialog box.
Name of thetask Select a tab to define particular attributes Select an option from the drop down list Key in a value or click up and down arrows Fields not selectable (locked) Click the question mark and select a field to get help Click the cross to close the dialog box

Select button to activate the option Click check box to activate the option Inactive field

Click OK to confirm Click Apply topre-visualize the result Click Cancel to leave the function

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•Using the Mouse Function MB2
To manipulate objects

To display the contextual menu

To select and edit objects

MB means Mouse Button

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•Panning Objects

ÄIt’s important you practice using the mouse.
81. Position the cursor anywhere on the screen 82. Pressand Hold Mouse Button 2 (MB2) 83. Move the mouse where you want to drag the part
.The cursor will change to a cross G If the part disappears, get it back with the Fit-All-In icon in the View toolbar.

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•Rotating Objects
81. Position the cursor anywhere on the screen 82. Press and Hold mouse button 2 (MB2)
.The axis appears in the center of the screen

83. Pressand Hold mouse button 1 (MB1) while keeping MB2 pressed
.The cursor changes to a hand and a red circle appears representing a virtual space ball

84. Move the mouse to rotate the part
.The cursor will change to a cross

GTo change the rotation axis, click once on MB2 on the element that you want at the center of the screen. GP.S.: if you see a « + » or a Forbidden sign it means that youhave not held MB1 and you will duplicate the geometry

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81. Position the cursor anywhere on the screen 82. Press and Hold mouse button 2 (MB2)
.An axis and a circle appear in the center of the screen

83. Press and release MB1 while keeping MB2 pressed
.The cursor changes to a double arrow

84. Move the mouse up to zoom in 85. Move the mouse down tozoom out
G To zoom step by step click on + and – icons in the View toolbar

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•Moving the Tree
ÄUsing the Scrollbar
.When and only when the size of the tree exceeds the window you can use the scrollbar to display the tree downward or upward Click up arrow to display the top of the tree Drag the bar up and down as you wish Click down arrow to display the...
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