Join Jim LaPier for an in-depth discussion in this video Organizing files, part of Learning AutoCAD 360.
- Once logged into your account,…make sure you're at the same screen that I am.…The File Manager.…I'll start up here in the upper right corner,…and I can see my two view options:…Thumbnails, and Details.…Thumbnails will display a small visual…of the contents of the DWG file, if it's been opened,…as well as as much of the title as it can show,…and the last modified date.…Details offers a little bit more information,…such as a little bit more of the file name…and the file size.…
In either view, I can right click on the file,…or click the Actions icon here…to see what options I have for that particular file,…including opening the file,…downloading it to my local computer,…or sharing it, which means adding another AutoCAD 360 user…to either modify the file as a collaborator…or only view the file, take measurements,…and mark up the DWG as a reviewer.…I can also rename the file,…and finally delete it.…
At the top left, we have options for creating…a new DWG file, uploading files or folders,…and creating a new folder.…I'm going to go ahead and create a new folder…
- Creating an Autodesk account
- Uploading and organizing files in AutoCAD 360
- Drawing and editing
- Working with layers
- Saving and sharing drawings
- Working with the mobile app
- Using Evernote with AutoCAD 360
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5. Web App: Sharing
6. Mobile App: General
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