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Autocad 2005: Sheet Set Manager
Autocad 2005: Sheet Set Manager
An introduction to using the new Sheet Set Manager functions.
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Lesson 4-8: Introduction To System Variables
Lesson 4-8: Introduction To System Variables
AutoCAD is a complex program and one of its major selling points is that it is highly customizable. Every user will use AutoCAD differently. Some use icons, some use command line prompts. Each drawing is also different. You may have different text heights, or dimension styles from one drawing to the next. To keep track of these different parameters, AutoCAD uses a large number of system variables to do this.
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Lesson 3-7: Regions And 3-d Surfaces
Lesson 3-7: Regions And 3-d Surfaces
In this lesson, you`ll begin using true 3-D commands. First you will create a 2-D region and then extrude it into a 3-D solid. Then you will add 3-D surfaces to the tops of your previous drawing (line thickness) to close the back, sides and seat.
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You Have Selected Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 3: Sheet Sets - Resource Files And Views
You Have Selected Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 3: Sheet Sets - Resource Files And Views
Here we learn all the latest AutoCAD features. This is a must for all AutoCAD users looking to stay tuned in. (Video Tutorial).
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Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 6: Sheet Sets - Lists And General Summary
Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 6: Sheet Sets - Lists And General Summary
Here we learn all the latest AutoCAD features. This is a must for all AutoCAD users looking to stay tuned in. (Video Tutorial).
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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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Sheet Set Manger Intro
Sheet Set Manger Intro
This video tutorial introduces and shows how to use Sheet Set Manager.
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Looking At Table Styles In The 2005 Products
Looking At Table Styles In The 2005 Products
See tip link for description.
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Lesson 3-12: The User Co-ordinate System (ucs)
Lesson 3-12: The User Co-ordinate System (ucs)
When working in 3D, it sometimes necessary to change the plane that you are drawing on. For example, if you need to add some detail to the side of a wall, you would want to draw on that plane. It`s like taking a sheet of paper up off the floor (WCS) and taping it onto the wall (UCS).
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Looking At The Sheet Set Manager In Autocad 2005
Looking At The Sheet Set Manager In Autocad 2005
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Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 1: Sheet Set Overview
Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 1: Sheet Set Overview
Here we learn all the latest AutoCAD features. This is a must for all AutoCAD users looking to stay tuned in. (Video Tutorial).
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Autocad 2005: Maximizing A Floating Viewport
Autocad 2005: Maximizing A Floating Viewport
Tutorial demonstrates how to use the Maximize Viewport button in layouts.
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Lesson 3-3: Working In 3 Dimensions
Lesson 3-3: Working In 3 Dimensions
By now you should be very comfortable working your way around the X-Y co-ordinate system. Anyway, here is a quick review. Looking from the plan (top) view, this is what you see to figure out where is positive X and positive Y.
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Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 7: Tool Palettes
Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 7: Tool Palettes
Here we learn all the latest AutoCAD features. This is a must for all AutoCAD users looking to stay tuned in. (Video Tutorial).
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Gradient Hatch
Gradient Hatch
Have you ever found that Autodesk, bless them, will put really cool features and options in the commands of AutoCAD but, for some yet-to-be-identified reason, the default option is NOT the really useful one? The Extend and Trim commands have this really great option called Edge €¦ but the default is set to . Take a look at the Basics article and you€™ll see what I mean.
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