Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of AutoCAD: Plotting & Publishing.
- [Voiceover] So what should you know before you actually start this Plotting and Publishing in AutoCAD course? Well, ideally, you should have some sort of experience of AutoCAD before you start this course. So, ideally, you should've done the AutoCAD 2017 Essentials course beforehand so that we can take you through in detail how to plot and publish within AutoCAD itself. What you also need to know is we are using the latest version of AutoCAD, which is AutoCAD 2017. Be aware of that when you're using the lynda.com exercise files.
They are saved to be used with the latest version of AutoCAD so they might not open with a much, much older version of AutoCAD. So, just be aware of that one. Other things that you should know are that obviously, you can download all of your exercise files from lynda.com itself using your lynda.com account.
- Printing and plotting
- Scaling drawings
- Working in model space vs. paper space
- Creating and modifying page setups with the AutoCAD Page Setup Manager
- Creating and clipping viewports
- Adding an annotative scale
- Plotting and publishing from Quick View
- Changing plot styles
- Plotting electronically to DWF, DWFx, and PDF
- Publishing sheet lists
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Introduction to Plotting and Publishing
2. Modelspace & Paperspace
3. Page Setup Manager
5. Plotting to Scale
6. Quick View and Drawing Tabs
7. Plotting Styles & Setting Up
8. Plotting Electronically
9. Publishing Your Drawings
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