In this video, learn how to define page setups for your layout tabs in AutoCAD.
- We're staying in our Design Intent.dwg file … and I've left it in the same state as it was at the end … of the last video, … where we created our title block … in the model space in our AutoCAD drawing. … What we need to do now is take this title block … into our layout tab. … So we want it to go into this layout tab here, … ISO A1-Landscape. … Now, the ISO A1-Landscape layout tab is already set … to the appropriate sheet size, … the ISO A1 sheet size. … But we do need to set up an appropriate page setup … for that particular title block … and that particular layout tab. … So, first of all, we need … to get this out of our model space, … our model tab, and into the layout tab. … To do that, you need to select everything … that makes up your title block. … Ideally, you want to do a window selection … or a crossing selection. … Now, windows selection, … I would take the cursor stroke crosshair to there, … click once, drag the blue window over everything, … make sure it's all inside the blue window, …
Skill Level Beginner
1. The AutoCAD Interface
2. Drawing Simple Geometry
3. Annotating Simple Designs
4. Communicating Your Design Intent
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