Since the LAYER command is the third most frequently used command in AutoCAD - I thought I'd throw a few more LAYER tips into my Cadalyst Video Tip. If you want to learn a super speedy way to add new layers - or to select layers for editing - be sure to check out my video tip!
Happy New Year to you all! Let's start off the new year with an AutoCAD Tip on the LAYOFF command and how it can help you with speedy layer control!
Let's make 2015 the best year ever!!!
With so many things happening in one jam-packed week at AU - it's easy to miss out on some valuable events or sessions. Or maybe you just want to know where the party is going to be...or what our theme is this year at AU. Do you know what you should pack? When/where you can check into AU? All this info and more is included in my AU 2015 Primer.
The OFFSET command has been around since the VERY early days of AutoCAD - and has seen some nice advances in the past few releases. But did you know that the system variable OFFSETGAPTYPE is a crucial piece of the OFFSET puzzle? If you're offsetting polylines...you need to check out my Cadalyst Video!
If you're an AutoCAD veteran - then you probably believe that the Command Line belongs in the lower left hand corner of the drawing editor.(where the AutoCAD Gods intended it to be!).
But if you're greedy with your screen real estate - then you most certainly wish you could take those two or three lines devoured by the Command Line and free them up for your beloved AutoCAD drawing. Am I right?
Time is running out to save $500 on Autodesk's premier learning and networking event! Of all the events I attend throughout the year - Autodesk University is by far the one that outshines the rest. If you have never been - you need to go! If you've been before - then you know exactly what I'm talking about (and you need to go back!).
Whether you live locally or just need the perfect excuse for an awesome BIM-filled vacation - be sure to sign up for the Revit Technology Conference (RTC) in Europe. This conference is carefully designed by users for users and is sure to amp up your BIM expertise. With so many building owners and governments requiring BIM in their projects - you don't want to be left behind!
I can't believe that Fall is upon us (at least those of us on my side of the world). I'm always so sad when the days get shorter (and consequently the nights get longer). l won't, however, miss the hot days of hovering around the fan!
Using the Function Keys to toggle on/off key settings can help you achieve super speedy status in AutoCAD. These valuable tools have been around since the beginning of AutoCAD time (back when computers were made of wood) but are still a favorite of AutoCAD gurus (both old and new).
Check out my Cadalyst Video!