Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding tools: Lines, part of BIM Manager: Managing AutoCAD MEP & AutoCAD Civil 3D.
- [Instructor] What's cool about palettes…is the fact we can drag over almost anything we wish.…What I'd like to do here is create a simple line…and put it on a layer.…Then I'm going to make a two out of it.…From there, I think we can find…a bunch of other things to drag over.…So, to get started, I'm going to jump into…AutoCAD Civil 3D, and under Get Started,…what I want to do is I want to click on this Civil Template.…I want to open this up directly.…You'll notice we're in the Civil_Template.dwt file.…I want to select these items, then I want to click control one.…Notice that with control one, I can find the layer…that I want to put these items on.…
I can't really see my layer names well,…so I'm going to widen this out.…I'm going to click the drop down.…I'm going to scroll up, and I'm just going to put 'em on C-ANNO.…I'm going to close out of here,…I'm going to hit Escape a couple times.…Now I'm going to go to my layer properties.…And, again, I'm going to widen the name out…so I can see 'em a little better.…I'm going to grab C-ANNO, and for the color,…
- 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
Civil 3D 2016 Essential Trainingwith Jeff Bartels13h 49m Intermediate
1. Managing through LISP
3. Tool Palettes for Civil 3D
4. Content Browser
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