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Autocad Q&a: Put A Plot Stamp On A Drawing
Autocad Q&a: Put A Plot Stamp On A Drawing
The answer to this is probably obvious, but where are the plot stamps in AutoCAD 2000i? In AutoCAD Release 14, they were located in HPCONFIG.
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Autocad 2004 Level 1 Free Video Training
Autocad 2004 Level 1 Free Video Training
Excellent free AutoCAD, ADT and REVIT Video Tutorials
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Autocad 2000 - T1 Starting
Autocad 2000 - T1 Starting
This tutorial has been prepared for students at the Faculty of the Built Environment studying AutoCAD. It has been placed on the Web to facilitate access by those students and because I believe others may find the material of use!
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Back To Basics: Entering 3d Coordinates
Back To Basics: Entering 3d Coordinates
Tutorial on cartesian, cylindrical, spherical and world coordinates.
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Autocad 2005 Table Review
Autocad 2005 Table Review
We have Dimension Styles, Text Styles, and AutoCAD 2005 introduced tables which are optimally implemented by defining a Table Style. Similar to styles relating to text and dimensions, a table style defines the parameters of the table. Tables are great for any number applications: Parts lists, Bill of Materials, Legends, and imported Excel files.
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Light Power & Fall-off Settings
Light Power & Fall-off Settings
TurboCAD tutorial explores traditional lights and luminances, Winston Mitchell, CADCourse.com, December 16, 2003
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Autocad R14 - T2 Editing Graphics
Autocad R14 - T2 Editing Graphics
This tutorial has been prepared for architecture students at the Faculty of the Built Environment studying AutoCAD. It has been placed on the Web to facilitate access by those students and because I believe others may find the material of use!
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Autocad R14 - T1 Starting
Autocad R14 - T1 Starting
This tutorial has been prepared for students at the Faculty of the Built Environment studying AutoCAD. It has been placed on the Web to facilitate access by those students and because I believe others may find the material of use!
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Autocad 3d Modeling: Thickness And Elevation
Autocad 3d Modeling: Thickness And Elevation
Thickness is an object property that gives the object a 3D effect. If you apply thickness to lines, circles, ellipses, arcs, polylines, solid fills, and traces they will acquire some height. Thus by changing the shade mode they will look like 3D surfaces and/or solids. Elevation is the default distance from XY plane along Z axis. Although you can override this value with direct coordinate entry or by using OSnaps it might be useful. The current tutorial shows you how to draw a simple 3D table with the help of elevation and thickness.
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Autocad 3d Modeling: Tiled Viewports
Autocad 3d Modeling: Tiled Viewports
Viewports enable you to view the models from different view points at the same time. Various display settings such as zoom factor and shade modes can be applied to every viewport. There are two types of viewports available in AutoCAD: Tiled and Floating. Tiled viewports are applicable to Model space while Floating viewports are used in Paper space only. Note: The tutorial is designed for AutoCAD 2004 though might be applicable for other releases.
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Autocad 3d Modeling: 3d Views
Autocad 3d Modeling: 3d Views
This tutorial is a quick review of different methods for viewing 3D models. Note: The tutorial is designed for AutoCAD 2004 though might be applicable for other releases.
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Autocad R13 - T1 Starting
Autocad R13 - T1 Starting
In this final tutorial you`ll finish our simple interior, by putting some pictures on the walls and inserting your coffee-table (from Tutorial 1). Then we`ll go for a walk through the space!
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Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Custom Hatch Patterns, Part 1
Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Custom Hatch Patterns, Part 1
Hatch patterns are defined within text files. There are two default hatch pattern files, acad.pat and acadiso.pat. The files are used for Imperial and Metric drawings respectively. You can add your custom hatch pattern definition to any of these files or define a custom hatch pattern (PAT) file. Every custom pattern file can define a single hatch pattern. The name of hatch pattern file should be similar to the name of the pattern.
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Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Creating A New Material
Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Creating A New Material
In AutoCAD you are allowed to create a custom material. Such materials can be used in current drawing or added to a material library for later use. Materials are useful for creating a realistic rendered image.
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Drawing With Autocad R14 - Aalto`s Church
Drawing With Autocad R14 - Aalto`s Church
Aim The aim of this tutorial is to give you a taste of the processes necessary to produce simple 2D line drawings. By the end of this tutorial you will be able to produce (and plot on a laser printer) any 2D drawing of modest complexity made up of graphics entities such as lines, arcs, etc.
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