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How to Customize Your AutoCAD Workspace

Posted by Dan Taddeo on Jan 16, 2023 9:30:00 AM

When it comes to efficiency with CAD workflows in AutoCAD®, Custom AutoCAD workspaces can be your best friends. Have you ever struggled with the “as built-in box” default ribbon, spending time switching between tabs or pull-down panels hunting down the one elusive command you are looking for? This webinar shows you how to customize your workspace for your needs, making the user interface a little more user-friendly.

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Topics: AutoCAD

Technical Tooltip – AutoCAD’s “Annotative Styles”

Posted by Gary Bergero on Nov 9, 2022 10:00:00 AM

AutoCAD® contains some special styles called Annotative Styles. You can find these in the Dimension, Text, Hatch, Multileader, and Table Styles, among others. Have you ever wondered what an Annotative Style will do for you? I think of Annotative Styles as "Automatic Scaling." It works well for people with model details who would like to work with multiple scale factors.

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Topics: AutoCAD, Tutorials/Training/Tips & Tricks

Autodesk Flex -- Is it for you?

Posted by Julia Grant on Sep 14, 2022 8:08:26 AM

Autodesk has introduced a new licensing model called "Flex Tokens." Interestingly enough, it is not a new concept in some computing areas. Any of you with a simulation background may remember "renting time" on high-end simulation packages. The same was true with Cray computers. The concept is to offer a lower-cost alternative to purchasing a costly software, or in the case of a Cray, an extremely expensive piece of hardware with a maintenance budget well outside most budgets.

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Topics: AutoCAD, Tutorials/Training/Tips & Tricks