Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Use the exercise files, part of AutoCAD: Reference Manager.
- [Instructor] When you're using the exercise files in this particular course, all of them are stored in the Library for you to download and utilize to follow along with the videos in each chapter. So you'll notice at the moment we're in AutoCad and I've got a 00 Ground Floor_M.dwg file available, and you can download that from the library to follow along with this particular video if you wish. But more importantly as you go through each chapter and each video I'll prompt you to let you know which exercise file you should be using. Regarding the exercise files they're all saved back to an AutoCad 2013 .dwg file format. That means that any version of AutoCad from 2013 upwards can read the exercise files. Which means you don't have to be using the latest version of AutoCad to follow along with this course. You can use a slightly older version of AutoCad for example. This particular course is recorded in AutoCad 2019 even though I am saving all the files back to the 2013 .dwg file format for you. So just be aware that we're in AutoCad 2019. The files are saved back to 2013 .dwg file format and they're all in the library and available for you to download to follow along with the videos in each chapter.
- Reference Manager basics
- Displaying and checking XREF links
- Displaying drawing information
- Working with different columns in the Reference Manager
- Repairing broken reference paths
- Finding and replacing reference paths
- Generating reference drawing reports