Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Construction Industry Weekly.
- [Jim] As I progress through this series, and demonstrate different ways that we can go digital with our construction drawings, I'll demonstrate this activity using several different pieces of software. In some instances, the software might be available as a free app, or it might be available as a free trial that you can download and follow along with me as I progress in each of these weekly segments. When that's the case, if you want to download that software and follow along and try these things out yourself, I've provided a couple of exercise files for you, that are the same ones that I'll use in my demonstrations.
Depending on your subscription and the device that you're watching this on, if you have access to those exercise files, you should be able to find them under the exercise files tab. Feel free to download those exercise files. Download the trial versions of the software. And follow along yourself. If you don't have access or you don't want to follow along yourself, that's great, no problem. Just follow along. I'll walk you through everything. You can watch me as I demonstrate everything on screen for you.
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Using the exercise files1m 7s
1. Digital Drawings
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