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Tips & Tools Weekly (Vol. 18, No. 19)   3 Jun, 2013

Keep z values at zero, plus more tips, tools, and resources for CAD managers and users.More>>

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Take AutoCAD Multifunction Grips to the Next Level   28 May, 2013

In Lynn's previous video tip, we learned the basics of multifunction grips and polylines. In this tip, we'll take the power of multifunction grips to the next level by adding the ability to precisely change the length of lines and arcs at lightning speed.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#301)   22 May, 2013

Approach Disruptive Technologies with Caution: Upgrading an operating system or running software from the cloud won't automatically make for better designs — and it might cause trouble.More>>

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Clean Machines More Quickly with System Mechanic   22 May, 2013

Iolo's inexpensive registry utility can save you time and reduce the drudgery of this tedious task.More>>

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Approach Disruptive Technologies with Caution   22 May, 2013

Upgrading an operating system or running software from the cloud won't automatically make for better designs — and it might cause trouble.More>>

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Tips & Tools Weekly (Vol. 18, No. 18)   20 May, 2013

Execute commands by typing in the Command line, plus more tips, tools, and resources for CAD managers and users.More>>

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Get a Handle on Multifunctional Grips in AutoCAD   14 May, 2013

AutoCAD 2011 added valuable multifunctional grips to polylines. These handy grips are also available in nonassociative hatch boundaries. Join Lynn Allen as she shows you how to get the most out of these nifty grips — and avoid the dreaded PEdit command! More>>

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Tips & Tools Weekly (Vol. 18, No. 17)   13 May, 2013

Use custom menu files for viewport scale management, plus more tips, tools, and resources for CAD managers and users.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#300)    8 May, 2013

Conduct a CAD Management Audit: Are you like an overworked logger, too busy felling trees to sharpen your ax? Take the time to stop and think critically about what you're doing — and how you're doing it.More>>

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Think More, Work Less   8 May, 2013

Spending a few minutes of time thinking about your CAD management tasks can save you hours of work later.More>>