In this video, learn where to find the course exercise files and how to use them.
- [Instructor] Exercise files are provided for this particular course. And when using the exercise files, all of the associated exercise files can be downloaded from the library. All DWG files, AutoCAD files are saved back to a 2013 DWG file format. That means that you can follow this course and use AutoCAD versions all the way back to AutoCAD 2013. So you don't have to have the latest version of AutoCAD to take this particular course. I'll let you know what file to use for each particular video in the course, and I'll guide you to find the right DWG file. Store the exercise files in a known location. So put them in a known folder on your hard drive, on your server, on your cloud drive so that you know where they are. Download them and store them either locally or on the server or in the cloud. And have the exercise file open before starting the video. There's nothing worse than hitting Play on one of the videos in this course and you haven't got the right file open. So open up the file first, then start the video. Makes life a little bit easier for you.
Skill Level Beginner
1. The AutoCAD Interface
2. Drawing Simple Geometry
3. Annotating Simple Designs
4. Communicating Your Design Intent
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