In this video, learn how to add new layouts and scaled viewports to your drawings in AutoCAD.
- [Instructor] We're staying in … our design intent dot DWG file … and I've left the drawing exactly … as it was at the end of the last video. … In the last video, … we created our title block. … We set up our page set up … so that everything looks as it does now … in the ISO A one landscape layout tab. … Let's jump back to the model tab … by clicking on the model tab bottom left … we're still zoomed in to our title block … in the model space. … We don't need it anymore. … So window selection, either way, … window or crossing, … select everything and delete it. … You don't need it now … because it's in the layout tab … double click on the wheel … to zoom extents … so that you can see everything … of your floor plan, your table, … your dimensions, et cetera. … It's good CAD practice to zoom … to extents both in the model tab … and in layout tabs … because then any thumbnails … that come up when people are searching … for a file, … show either the zoomed out version here … in the model tab …
Skill Level Beginner
1. The AutoCAD Interface
2. Drawing Simple Geometry
3. Annotating Simple Designs
4. Communicating Your Design Intent
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