In this video, Shaun Bryant takes you through how to utilize the dialog boxes in AutoCAD.
- [Instructor] We're going to have a look now at … dialog boxes … and palettes. … There are subtle differences between the two and AutoCAD, … and you utilize both, … to set up settings within your AutoCAD environment, … so that you can create drawings, … like the interface drawing … you can see on the screen at the moment. … So let's have a look at a typical dialog box, … something like let's say the Dimension Style Manager. … Going to go to the Home tab on the ribbon, … into the Annotation panel here … and click on the flyout. … And I'm going to select that icon there, … the Dimension Style Manager. … Now that brings up what is known as a dialog box. … Now you can recognize a dialog box, … because the title bar is at the top … of the actual box itself. … Some dialog boxes are stretchable, … so I can hover over a corner, click and drag, … make it bigger, make it smaller. … I can do the same on the edges, … drag upwards and drag downwards and so on. … You'll also notice that most dialog boxes in AutoCAD have a …
- Working with the AutoCAD interface
- Drawing simple geometry
- Adding annotations
- Creating title blocks
- Adding layouts and viewports
- Printing and plotting
Skill Level Beginner
Cert Prep: AutoCAD Certified Professionalwith Shaun Bryant2h 38m Intermediate
1. The AutoCAD Interface
2. Draw Simple Geometry
3. Annotate Simple Designs
4. Communicate Your Design Intent
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