- Using workspaces
- Working in the Model and Layout tabs
- Saving and restoring views
- Locking viewports and freezing viewport layers
- Adding a title block
- Using annotative dimensions and revision clouds
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Shaun Bryant] Welcome to this AutoCAD Spaces and Workspaces course. What we're going to do in this course is take you through how to work in the space that is AutoCAD, so the spaces that you work in, like model space and paper space. We're also going to show you how to work with your workspaces in AutoCAD as well. Now, your workspaces in AutoCAD define how your ribbon looks and how your tabs look, and how your status bar looks at the bottom of the screen, that's all called your user interface. And we're going to look at the spaces within AutoCAD within your workspace. Your workspaces are controlled in AutoCAD as well. As we go through the course, what I will do is take you through all of this and get you working with the spaces and the workspaces in AutoCAD effectively so that you can utilize them to draft more effectively in AutoCAD, but more importantly have a working user interface and environment that you're comfortable with on a day to day basis so that you're productive as well. So the idea is is that we get the workspace set up, we get the spaces set up the way that you want them so that you're productive and comfortable in AutoCAD.