SolidWorks 2015 now gives you more control when deleting components out of assemblies. In SolidWorks 2013, there was a change to the functionality such that selecting a component in an assembly and pressing Delete would delete just the component that was selected. If the component was contained in a subassembly, it would delete the component from that subassembly. Before that, selecting and deleting a component would remove the entire subassembly that included the selected components from the top-level assembly.
Now in SolidWorks 2015, when you select a component(s) and delete, a pop-up dialog is displayed allowing you to choose if you want the entire subassembly removed from the top-level, or if you want to delete just the component from the subassembly from where it is located.
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