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This course covers the basics of AutoCAD WS, focusing on workflows and collaboration that will help you and your team work more efficiently with this cloud-based CAD application. Author Jeff Bartels explains how to use the mobile and browser versions of the app, how to upload files and folders, and how to access and review drawing content. The course also shows how to perform standard markups, edit geometry and annotations, and plot to both PDF and DWF formats. A dedicated collaboration chapter demonstrates how to share drawings and use the Timeline feature to keep track of a drawing's version history.
Whenever you're learning a new application, you're going to have some questions. Fortunately, AutoCAD WS offers several avenues for finding answers. Take a look at these hyperlinks at the top of the screen. If I click the Help link, I get instant access to tutorials that cover everything from the basics to some more advanced techniques. In the event I can't find what I need here, there is a direct link where I can contact product Support. If I click the Blog link, I can visit the AutoCAD WS Blog.
You see AutoCAD WS is updated frequently, so I can go here to read in-depth information about the latest features that have been added to the program. If I visit the About link, I can get information about the development team. If I drag this all the way down to the bottom, I'll find a hyperlink that will take me to a YouTube channel devoted specifically to AutoCAD WS. Likewise, I can use these links to access the WS Twitter or Facebook account and get even more current information.
In the event I have an opinion on a feature that I'd like to see added to the program, there are several places where I can send feedback to the development team. I'm going to press Ctrl+W to close my current tab and return to AutoCAD WS. One thing I've found is that the help content for AutoCAD WS is the most interactive that I've seen. Most items I've searched for offer a video-based solution, making the help feature much more intuitive than a traditional text-based document.
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