Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding new categories, part of BIM Manager: Managing AutoCAD MEP & AutoCAD Civil 3D.
- [Instructor] Now that we have created a new content page,…we can drill in a little further.…The way the content browser is broken down is by categories.…Within each category lies palettes,…in which lies separate commands.…Let's get started by adding a new…content category to our browser.…We'll need to be in AutoCAD MEP,…like I said, in order to do this.…So I'm going to jump in to AutoCAD MEP,…now I'm just going to start a blank drawing.…Under tools, I'm going to click my dropdown here,…and I'm going to go to content browser.…
I'm going to scroll down here, and I see my training catalog.…If you can't find it, you can click on new here,…you can add an existing catalog…or website by clicking browse here,…and then you can browse to where you're keeping your files.…It's a .atc file.…I know where mine is so I'm going to click cancel.…I'm going to click cancel again.…AutoCAD will have no problem opening this up twice.…What I'm going to do now is I'm going to go into my…training catalog, and you'll see we have a big blank space.…
- 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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