Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding commands to a palette, part of BIM Manager: Managing AutoCAD MEP & AutoCAD Civil 3D.
- [Voiceover] Seek and you shall find.…The nice thing about palettes is the fact…that we can create an entire set…of blacks by simply right-clicking an object…in Autodesk Seek, formally known…as the Design Center, and making it happen.…Let's jump into AutoCAD Civil 3D.…What I'd like to do is just start a new drawing…by clicking Start Drawing in the Get Started area.…Now what I want to do,…is I want to browse for a bunch of blacks.…Again, what you would do is keep a file like we just made…and put it somewhere on your server.…
For the interest of this lesson,…I'm just going to use a sample file.…To do that, I'm going to go to the Home tab.…I have a palettes flyout,…so I'm going to click my palettes dropdown…and the second button in from the top left…is Design Center or you could hit Ctrl+2.…I'm going to select Design Center.…Now what I want to do is I want…to scroll into my C: drive.…I'm going to go to Program Files…then I going to expand Autodesk.…I'm going to go to AutoCAD 2017.…
Now I'm going to scroll down to C3D.…
- Managing through LISP
- Working with text, dimension, and multileader styles
- Creating a template
- Creating a palette
- Adding commands and LISP routines to a palette
- Creating a new browser profile and adding new categories, pallets, and content
- Reviewing internal mapping, MEP AEC settings, and MEP profiles
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Managing through LISP
3. Tool Palettes for Civil 3D
4. Content Browser
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