Assembly instructions for a specific design often save time and money be preventing assembly errors. Learn how to tweak or move components in a presentation file to tell the story of how something is put together or taken apart. Make edits and adjustments to the parts in order to clearly explain how exactly the parts should be removed from a larger assembly.
- [Voiceover] Now that we have the presentation created,…we're ready to begin moving the parts…or tweaking components.…Tweaking components is probably the most common…thing you'll do when building a presentation file.…The whole point of the presentation file…is to take things apart and put them back together,…and tweaking components is how that happens.…Now, as we get started, it's important to remember…that in the graphics window, you have the ability…to pan, zoom, and rotate the model…into any orientation you need in order…to see the parts that you're working with.…None of that information is captured…while you're tweaking components.…
You can go back after the fact,…and we'll look at this in this course,…and add camera views and animations around those cameras…to best locate the view so that people can see…the parts that are being assembled or disassembled.…Now, I've rotated around to the backside of the nose cone…because the very first step is to remove the screws…on the back of the nose cone.…Now each storyboard, you can see the storyboard…
- Creating presentations
- Adding component trails
- Creating storyboards and snapshot views
- Adding cameras
- Animating presentations
- Publishing presentations
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Q: This course was updated on 04/20/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that show how to do a multi-item edit and save a transparent background.