Adjusting user preferences


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Adjusting user preferences

On the Windows platform, we customized our AutoCAD settings by visiting the Options dialog box. Here on the Mac, our settings are referred to this Application Preferences. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to make changes to our Preferences. We can access the Preferences by opening the AutoCAD menu, and selecting Preferences. I can also use the keyboard shortcut, Command+Comma. This opens up the Application Preferences dialog box, which is similar to the Options dialog box on the Windows platform. Now our Preferences are divided into groups.

We can see the group names over here on the left side. As I click through these groups, I want you to notice two things; one, the settings themselves are identical to what we see on the Windows platform, they're just organized in a different way. Two, they are appeared to be fewer settings than what we're used to see in the Windows version. That's because this dialog box represents a streamlined approach to our Preferences, rather...

Adjusting user preferences
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Adjusting user preferences provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011: Migrating from Windows to Mac

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