Saving your work


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Saving your work

It's a safe bet that you'll probably never create and complete a finished drawing in a single session. In most cases, construction drawings will be revised and fine-tuned many times before they are considered finished. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to save an AutoCAD drawing. On my screen I have a drawing that I've been working on. Let me mention that this drawing has not been saved yet. We can see that by looking at the top of the screen. This file still has the Drawing1 title. Now, let's assume this drawing is in a state where I'd like to have it reviewed by a client, so I'd like to save the file.

One way to do that is by opening the application menu and I can come down and click Save. From here I can choose a destination folder and file name for this drawing. I'd like to save the file inside the Exercise Files folder, so I'm going to use the shortcut I created earlier. I'll jump into the chapter_02 directory, and I'm going to call ...

Saving your work
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Saving your work provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2013 Essentials: 01 Interface and Drawing Management

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