You can edit:
Note: If your changes result in a geometric impossibility, or cause problems in subsequent features, you will be warned by the Conflict Solver.
Editing the Hole by the Feature Guide
Right-click on the Hole name in the Feature Tree, or select one Hole face and then right-click. In the popup submenu that appears, selectEdit Feature.
The Feature Guide will appear, automatically open to Required Step 2. You now return to the same situation in which you created the Hole.
Make modifications in the current step, and / or click the button for Required Step 1 and make modifications in that step. Press OK orApply in the Feature Guide to complete the function.
Editing the Sketched Points
Right-click on the Hole name in the Feature Tree, or select one Hole face and then right-click. In the popup submenu that appears, selectEdit Sketch / Composite. Or, right-click the Sketcher feature listed under Hole, and select Edit Feature from the popup submenu.
The Sketcher opens, and you can create more points, delete points, move points, etc. When you exit the Sketcher, the Hole will be automatically updated to reflect the new points.
If you want to modify only the numerical parameters, either double-click the Hole name in the Feature Tree or double-click a Hole face in the display.
All parameters are displayed, including delta values, head parameters, and sketch dimensions. Press exit to leave edit mode, or click a value to open the Edit Parameters dialog. In this dialog you can enter another value, or enter an equation involving parametric dependency.
When the parameters are updated, click to update the feature, or you can update it later. (If you do not update now, all updates will be done automatically the next time you create or edit any feature or object.) Exit to leave edit mode.