Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a page setup, part of AutoCAD: Plotting & Publishing.
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- [Voiceover] We're now in a new section of our…Plotting and Publishing in AutoCAD course.…And we're going to now look…at the Page Setup Manager.…Now I have mentioned this in previous videos,…and when we've looked at plotting and publishing,…I've mentioned that you need to have a page setup ready…so that you can utilize it…and quickly plot and publish effectively in AutoCAD.…So, right now we are in the Model tab,…and you can set up a page setup in the Model tab.…If I come down here to the Model tab here,…and I right-click on the shortcut menu,…I can click on Page Setup Manager there,…and there's my Page Setup Manager for the Model tab.…
Now I'll just close that for the moment.…And what we'll do now is we'll go to the GA tab,…which is a layout tab like so.…And, again, I can right-click on the GA tab there,…and I can go into Page Setup Manager.…And you can see, in there we have other page setups…ready to be utilized with our layout tabs in the drawing.…Now I'm not going to go into creating…a page setup straightaway,…
- Printing and plotting
- Scaling drawings
- Working in model space vs. paper space
- Creating and modifying page setups with the AutoCAD Page Setup Manager
- Creating and clipping viewports
- Adding an annotative scale
- Plotting and publishing from Quick View
- Changing plot styles
- Plotting electronically to DWF, DWFx, and PDF
- Publishing sheet lists
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1. Introduction to Plotting and Publishing
2. Modelspace & Paperspace
3. Page Setup Manager
5. Plotting to Scale
6. Quick View and Drawing Tabs
7. Plotting Styles & Setting Up
8. Plotting Electronically
9. Publishing Your Drawings
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