Some tools are similar but renamed in AutoCAD for Mac. Look at Project Manager which, for all intents and purposes, is the same tool as the Sheet Set Manager you are familiar with.
- [Narrator] The sheet sets are an…incredibly useful way of managing a project.…And thus, have become a necessity for most offices.…Fortunately AutoCAD for MAC allows us…to work with sheet sets.…Only renamed from the sheet set manager…to simply, the project manager.…Project manager is really the same tool,…just with a new name.…I'll find it here under Window.…And from here I can open my DST files,…or create new ones using the plus here.…I can create a blank project,…or use a template that I've set.…
I can also copy an existing structure…from a previous project.…I'll pick my location.…And here we can see all the project properties.…Including project numbers, names, phases,…addresses, and so forth.…I can also add individual layouts.…Pick my template.…And then move it into a specific discipline.…
I can even see the different properties of that layout…including a preview at the bottom of the properties.…So, if you work with sheet set manager in Windows,…you should have no issues making the transition…to project manager.…
- Getting comfortable in the AutoCAD for Mac interface
- Managing files in the Finder
- Saving files
- Setting up 2D layers
- Working with 2D layouts and paper space
- Using external references
- Using the Sheet Set Manager (aka the Project Manager)
- Printing in AutoCAD for Mac
- 3D modeling
- Customizing AutoCAD for Mac
- Understanding renamed and missing features
Skill Level Beginner
1. New Environment
2. Managing Files
3. 2D Workflow
4. Working with Projects
3D modeling1m 30s
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