Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Use the exercise files, part of AutoCAD: Spaces and Workspaces.
- [Instructor] All of the exercise files for this particular course are stored in the library. And you can download them accordingly and store them in a safe place and use them to follow along with the videos in this particular course. Now, when you're working through this course, I will tell you which exercise file you need. And if you haven't downloaded it from the library, I normally remind you in each video. So, you'll notice in this particular drawing that we've got open at the moment, it's called 00 Ground Floor Plan. There's the drawing in front of you. I will remind you to use 00 Ground Floor Plan from the library. Now, all of our exercise files for this particular course are saved back to an AutoCAD 2013 DWG file format. What that means is any version of AutoCAD from 2013 upwards can read the DWG files. So you don't have to be using the latest version of AutoCAD to actually take this course. You can use anything back to AutoCAD 2013. Just be aware that there are differences between the versions of AutoCAD, interface differences, icon differences, and so on. So, when you're using the exercise files in this particular course, they're all available in the library to download. And as we go through the videos, I'll remind you which file to use to follow along with the videos in each chapter.
- Using workspaces
- Working in the Model and Layout tabs
- Saving and restoring views
- Locking viewports and freezing viewport layers
- Adding a title block
- Using annotative dimensions and revision clouds