In this video, Shaun Bryant shows you how to share your drawings in a browser using the Shared Views command.
- [Instructor] We're starting another chapter now … in our AutoCAD course. … And we're going to have a look now … at sharing our design views via the internet. … So it's another method of outputting your designs, … but this time you're outputting it via a browser … so that somebody can have a look at your design … and comment on your design and perhaps recommend changes. … To do this you need to be signed into your Autodesk account, … which you can see I am, top right there, … the little blue icon, I'm already signed in. … And we've got a drawing for you, … it's one that you'll recognize, … it's the 00-Ground Floor Plan_REV C.DWG file. … It is a different file, … so make sure you download it from the library … to follow along with this particular video. … So you got your drawing all ready to go and it's saved, … you go to the collaborate tab on the ribbon, … and you select Shared Views like so. … Now if I wasn't signed in to my Autodesk account, … the shared views pallet would prompt me to do that. …
- Plotting from the Model and Layout tabs
- Outputting to different file formats
- Comparing different drawings
- Setting up your Autodesk account
- Sharing your drawings using a browser
- Saving your drawings to web and mobile in AutoCAD