To make a modification happen, AutoCAD needs to know two things: which object(s) do you want to modify, and what type of action do you want to apply to them?
Every good drawing deserves a great title block. In some ways, the title block is more important than the drawing’s content . . .
For me, CAD is not just some software that I use for work. It’s also a great tool for understanding things and creating things.
The Function keys can be used to quickly control several critical AutoCAD settings, and are great time-savers …
Plot Style Tables are often a subject of confusion for AutoCAD users. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions regarding plot styles and line weights . . .
One of my favorite speed tips for CAD users who want to be more efficient is: Notice which actions you repeat . . .
AutoCAD is a great application, but it has some usability roadblocks that continue to frustrate us. Here is my list of top 10 annoyances in using AutoCAD . . .
Layout grids are a great way to organize your sheets in CAD. By using a layout grid, your sheets will look more professional and orderly, and you can prepare the drawings much more quickly.