the first I would recommend to You is to have a look into the tutorials and help pages of SE.
I think all this icons are explained there and there are no simple answers to Your questions.
Most functions You can use for several situations.
Part Copy, Direct Edit for Traditional parts, Ground in assembly, all these are not single situations for a one sentence explanation.
I want to say only one word to the arrow at the sketch symbol.
Thes normally appears when the indicated feature (here it is the sketch) has a minor problem.
This can result due to changes in the previous geometry, a plane which doesn't exist anymore, an edge which was deleted but where a dimensions was made from, and so on.
The arrow shows You, that SE still can create this feture but it might be, that it isn't exactly what You wanted before since basics have changed.
Best will be to go through the tutorials and examples and look into the help pages first.
Here is the link to the Solid Edge online help system, which include searchable documentations, tutorials, etc.:
In particular to your questions about what the various symbols in the PathFinder mean, please see the following help specific pages...
Needed is a Design Manager legend as well. Wondering what the indicated visual means.
You are correct. I tried to find legends relating to design manager but didn't. Not sure how you did but I've personally always wished for a central location or a term that would pop up all possibilities for these legends.
can anyone give me some video tutorial , anything like that with Inter Part Copy as I want to put all what I don't know and solve that, Now I am reading about Inter part copy and part copy but I am not sure when do I need to use that or is it Inter part copy possieble only in syh not in ordered? , is it Inter part copy only in sheet metal available and why we use Part copy if we can drop part to assemblying ?
As stated in another thread to the exact same question you asked here:
Inter-Part Copy is only available between Peer Parts located in an Assembly and only while initiated from the assembly by In Place Activating one of the Peer Parts. It works in Synch or Ordered, Part or Sheet Metal.
See this tutorial on the topic: https://docs.plm.automation.siemens.com/data_servi
thanks for this, it is very helpful to understand theoretical this.
What I trying to understand , why Engineers here in my company they design everthing in Assembly environment , nothing individual parts and then drop to assembly environment.
Creating all parts from start in assembly is that for advance level or what ?