Join Jim LaPier for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving and downloading, part of Up and Running with AutoCAD 360.
- Now that we've made our changes, we need to make sure that our work is saved. Changes are saved in real time, so every time you close the DWG file and return to the main screen by clicking All Drawings, your work is saved. Each save is considered a version, so each time you close your file, a new version is created. I can go here and see all the versions of a specific file. As I'm working, I can return to that drop-down at any time, and create a new version called a Snapshot.
That Snapshot can be date and time stamped, and I can also click here to add my own description of exactly what that Snapshot entails. If I decide I need something a little bit more substantial, I can go here and click Save As. This takes all of the changes we've made since opening the file, and saves the file as a brand new file. Next to that is the Download option, which downloads a copy to my local machine. We can download the file directly from here, or we have the option to going back out to All Drawings and downloading the file from the dashboard screen.
- 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
Skill Level Beginner
1. A360 Suite
3. Web App: Dashboard
4. Web App: Drawing Interface
5. Web App: Sharing
6. Mobile App: General
7. Other Apps
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