Join Jim LaPier for an in-depth discussion in this video Searching, part of Learning AutoCAD 360.
- Once our files are loaded into our account,…we may need a faster way of locating a specific file…rather than just endless scrolling.…For this, search comes to our rescue.…Currently, AutoCAD 360 search…only searches the current folder you're in,…and not the entire account.…This can be helpful if you have a number of files…in the same folder and need to filter through them,…but it is not the most exhaustive search, in my opinion.…To really find the files that we want,…we again must login to our A 360 Drive folder.…
From here, I can use the search tool…up here in the top right corner.…You can also use wild card characters to search,…but you cannot use any AutoCAD 360 web app.…What this means, if I search for just part of the word…that I know, for example,…s-a-m-p,…I can use an asterisk…so that the search will include any word…that starts with s-a-m-p.…This is great for finding files of a certain category,…like civil, or structural,…provided these words…are in the names of the files.…
Or I can find files of a certain project…
- 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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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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