Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing comments, part of Learning eDrawings.
When you first get an eDrawings file, you either have a part, an assembly, or a…drawing to review. Additionally, there might be some embedded…comments for you to look at. Anyone who's worked on this file prior to…you will have a log of their comments listed in the review box.…Let's click on the pencil icon, and you can see there's already quite a few comments.…Both Abby and Bob have already looked at this file and they've placed their…comments there. Now by clicking on any one of these…comments, the model should rotate around, so I can actually look exactly at the…model the same way they did when they created the comment.…Let's click on Abby's Comment1. And she says, let's change the material to…stainless steel. That's great.…
And go down here to Comment number 2. You can see the model spins around, so I'm…looking directly at the model at the same orientation.…This is really handy if you're working remotely and discussing a file whether…you're doing a phone conference or text messaging or some other method for sharing information.…
- Opening and saving eDrawing files
- Working with AutoCAD, DWG, and DXF files
- Touring the interface
- Measuring a model
- Creating section views
- Looking at exploded views
- Adding measure annotation
- Drawing shapes
- Replying to comments
- Using the eDrawings app for iOS
- Sharing drawings on an iPad
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Design Review
3. Annotating Your Drawings
4. Collaborating with eDrawings
5. Using the Mobile Apps
Sharing drawings on an iPad2m 54s
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