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Create Your Own Tool Palette -- Without Network Permissions
Create Your Own Tool Palette -- Without Network Permissions
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Autocad: Know Your Options!
Autocad: Know Your Options!
The Options dialog box is certainly a handful. Nine different tabs filled with countless settings can intimidate even the experienced AutoCAD user. It`s not so complicated when you break it down into bite-sized pieces—but where do you begin?
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In-place Editing Of Blocks And Xrefs
In-place Editing Of Blocks And Xrefs
In AutoCAD 2002, you can edit blocks and external references (xrefs) in the host drawing—the drawing in which you have inserted them. Previously, to modify a block created by inserting another drawing or an xref into the host drawing, you had to leave that drawing, open the original drawing of the block or xref, and edit it there. Then you had to update the block or xref in the host drawing.
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Skeleton Modeling Basics
Skeleton Modeling Basics
Welcome back to our tutorials on working with Autodesk Inventor software. In this installment, we examine a lesser-known assembly-modeling technique often referred to as skeleton or master model modeling.
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Using 2d Editing Commands On 3d Models
Using 2d Editing Commands On 3d Models
Many AutoCAD commands that you use to edit 2D objects work on 3D objects as well, some with special options for 3D. In this article I discuss how the familiar 2D editing commands work on 3D objects.
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Lesson 1-10: Changing The Properties Of Objects
Lesson 1-10: Changing The Properties Of Objects
Now that you have learned how to draw objects and modify them using special commands, you need to know one more way changing the properties of an object. For instance, you may have made a spelling mistake in your text. You could erase it and re-create it, or you could double-click on it and just correct the error. This method is an extremely important tool to help you with your CAD work.
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New Text Management Tools
New Text Management Tools
In AutoCAD 2002, you`ll find two new commands, SCALETEXT and JUSTIFYTEXT, that make working with text easier and less frustrating.
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A Top Secret Command For Editing Your Blocks
A Top Secret Command For Editing Your Blocks
It`s not uncommon for us to need to update our block definitions from time to time. Enter the REFEDIT command to save the day.
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Using 2d Editing Commands On 3d Models
Using 2d Editing Commands On 3d Models
What happens when you use 2D commands on 3D objects? Ellen Finkelstein says you may be surprised. Simple commands such as COPY and MOVE are intuitive enough, but have you ever used EXPLODE on a curved body?
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Extracting Block Attributes
Extracting Block Attributes
This article is the second of a two-part series on using block attributes, including the new Attribute Extraction Wizard in AutoCAD 2002. This month I focus on the new, easy way to extract attributes.
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Managing Block Attributes
Managing Block Attributes
This article is the first of a two-part series on using block attributes, including the new attribute features in AutoCAD 2002. This month I will focus on managing block attributes—creating and editing them.
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Publishing Your Drawings On The Web
Publishing Your Drawings On The Web
Learn how to share your drawings with the Publish to Web wizard.
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Block Data Extraction
Block Data Extraction
This article reviews extracting block attribute data from a drawing to a text file for processing.
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Mtext Autostack Properties Dialogs
Mtext Autostack Properties Dialogs
This article reviews the retrieval and use of the Mtext AutoStack Properties dialog windows..
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