Sure it's easy to change objects to another layer when you know the destination layer name...but what if you don't? You can see the objects on the desitnation layer - so you do a layer reconnaissance mission to determine the layer name. Too much work! Use the Layer Match tool (LAYMCH) tool to quickly change objects to the same layer as an existing object. Just select the objects you want to move to another layer - and select an object on the destination layer - it's super speedy!
If you have ever seen one of my presentations - you know that I LOVE my HP portable workstation. I recently participated in a (very) long video shoot for them - with a wonderful crew in the Autodesk Design Gallery in San Francisco. If you find yourself in San Francisco - definitely add the Autodesk Design Gallery to your list of things to do - it's fascinating!
The final of my three part video series for Cadalyst Magazine on Multifunction grips has arrived!
IComing to a neighborhood near you! Join me for several stops along the CAD Americas tour. I'll be participating on a day of training in Atlanta and Dallas this week...don't m
While I am currently enjoying a (much-needed) vacation in Portugal - I wanted to make sure you were aware of two events I have coming up (right after I return home). On June 5 - you can find me doing the keynote address for Synergis University 2013 at an all day event filled with technical presentations.
Join the Autodesk Oil and Gas folks as they show you how the new AutoCAD Plant 3D Vault integration makes information management so much easier! Add in Autodesk 360 and you have a match made in...the Cloud!
My first official AutoCAD 2014 webcast is tomorrow morning at 11am PDT. Novedge has been kind enough to sponsor it and it's free of charge! If you want to hear all about the new features in AutoCAD 2014 - then tune in for sure! I want to see you there! (virtually of course)
Finally...hot off the press...is my AutoCAD 2014 Tips and Tricks booklet! This labor of love has all the new features inside of AutoCAD 2014 (as well as the new features from AutoCAD 2013). Check it out! Print as many as you like - delight your coworkers - frame it and put it in your living room (your significant other will love that).
It seems that nearly all applications have at least some crosshatching in their drawing files - so hatching tips should come in handy for nearly everyone. Check out my latest Cadalyst Magazine video tip that just might save you some valuable time in your hatching! (Or at least I hope so!)
P.S. I am not responsible for the extremely unflattering pose that appears when I embed this video!
Do you get as excited as I do when a new release of AutoCAD comes out? Or are you wondering what else they could possibly add to the program? Well there have been quite a few great features added into AutoCAD 2014. Everything from huge enhancements to Geographic Locations to the cool new interactive Design Feed which will make it easier for you to collaborate with others on your drawings.