With all the enhancements in SOLIDWORKS each year, there comes a time when the Help file might lag behind new functionality. The SOLIDWORKS team does its best to keep the Help file updated. However, sometimes there is a need for further updates. Other times, the Help article may need more clarity. Further, maybe steps are missing within its instructions. Whatever the case, our Documentation team is working harder than ever to make corrections. Customer feedback drives many of their corrections. Requesting improvement of a Help article is very easy.
When reading any article in the online Help, simply click the Feedback on this topic link in the upper right corner.
A pop-up will appear that allows you to enter your request for improvement.
Add your email and your request, then Send. Documentation team receives your feedback. The Documentation group reviews requests and frequently updates to the Help file as a result. These updates are generally timed with the Service Pack releases. Given the particular nature of the request, Documentation may contact you for further information.
So, if you come across an article in the Help file that needs improvement, please feel free to use the feedback link.