One of the strengths of SolidWorks is the ability to customize the work environment. Everyone is (or should be!) aware that the right mouse button opens a context-sensitive menu and an optional toolbar. The menu contains many options specifically related to the feature that was right-clicked. With default settings, the menu displays the most commonly used options and is shortened to minimize its size.
Clicking the down arrows at the bottom of the menu expands it to show all the default options.
Clicking “Customize Menu” in the expanded menu shows a list of all possible menu entries. Those that are checked are displayed in the menu. You can add or remove items by checking or unchecking them here.
The Tools>Customize>Options tab lets you change the default display of the possible menu entries. Clicking Show All has the same effect as checking every item in the previous picture. If you want to explore all the options in every menu, click Show All here.
As a general rule of thumb, anytime you don’t know what to do next, click that right mouse button!