how to use solidwork model in fusion 360

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Fusion 360 already supports SolidWorks' files, as well as these:
Autodesk Alias (*.wire)
AutoCAD DWG Files (*.dwg)
Autodesk Fusion 360 Archive Files (*.f3d)
Autodesk Fusion 360 Toolpath Archive Files (*.cam360)
Autodesk Inventor Files (*.ipt, *.iam)
CATIA V5 Files (*.CATProduct, *.CATPart)
DXF Files (*.dxf)
FBX (*.fbx)
IGES (*ige, *iges, *igs)
NX (*prt)
OBJ (*.obj)
Parasolid Binary Files (*.x_b)
Parasolid Text Files (*.x_t)
Pro/ENGINEER and Creo Parametric Files (*.asm, *.prt)
Pro/ENGINEER Granite Files (*.g)
Pro/ENGINEER Neutral Files(*.neu)
Rhino Files (*.3dm)
SAT/SMT Files (*.sab, *.sat, *.smb, *.smt)
SolidWorks Files (*.prt, *.asm, *.sldprt, *.sldasm)
STEP Files (*.ste, *.step, *.stp)
STL Files (*.stl)​
SketchUp Files (*.skp)