Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating different revision cloud types, part of AutoCAD: Tips & Tricks.
- [Instructor] So we're into another AutoCAD…tip and trick from lynda.com.…This time, we're going to look at the revcloud command,…the revision clouds in AutoCAD.…So we've got a new drawing open for you there.…You can find that, as usual, in your lynda.com…exercise files to download, and of course,…follow along with the video.…Now you'll notice, it's a very, very simple drawing.…What I tried to do with all of these tips and tricks…is make them nice and simple, so that you…can physically see the techniques that I'm using.…
You can then apply those techniques to any…complicated drawing that you may be working on…in your working environment.…So in this nice, simple revision clouds drawing,…we've got a rectangle, a seven-sided polygon, a heptagon,…and also a circle.…And we're going to look now at the new ways…that revision cloud, the command, works in AutoCAD.…So before we do that, in this particular drawing,…if you go to the Layers panel and then go…to the Layers pulldown, you'll see that we've got…a Revclouds layer, and it's red.…
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