Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of AutoCAD 2019 New Features.
- [Instructor] As you work through this course I'll be giving you indications as to which exercise files you should be using. All of the exercise files for the course are available in the library, you can download them and obviously use them at your leisure to follow along with the videos in the chapters. So, for example, you'll notice we have a drawing on the screen at the moment, it's called Introduction.dwg. And I would obviously indicate to you in each of the chapters which DWG file you need to download from the library to follow along with the videos.
So, in this particular case you can download Introduction.dwg and use it to follow along with this particular where I'm actually discussing how to use the exercise files. So, make sure that you download the exercise files from the library before you start the course and save them in a known location perhaps on your hard drive on your computer, in a cloud-based drive that you might use for your training and so on so forth. Then you've got them available to you to follow along with the videos in each chapter in this particular course.
- Navigating the AutoCAD 2019 interface
- Starting the DWG Compare command
- Adjusting the comparison margins
- Saving a comparison drawing
- Creating a shared design view
- Using layers in the shared view
- Marking up the shared view
- Using the URL view links