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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.
In addition to the web-based version, AutoCAD WS is also available as a Mobile App. This gives you the power to review files, add comments, or even print drawings using a Smartphone or Tablet. In this lesson, we will install the Mobile App on a Tablet device. I'll start by visiting autocadws.com, and I'll tab the link to take me to the App Store. From here, I'll press Install, I will then wait while the Mobile App is installed to my device. Once the App is finished Installing, I'll tab the icon to launch.
I will then enter my AutoCAD WS credentials and press Login, and I now have access to all of my online content. Using the AutoCAD WS Mobile App, you are no longer confined to the walls of your office. You now have the ability to work whenever and wherever you want.
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