Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Touring the interface on a PC, part of Learning eDrawings.
The eDrawing's interface is made up four main sections.…From the top we have the ribbon. On the left side we have access to the…component tree and the annotation types and on the bottom we have the status bar.…The center we know is our model. We have full 3D control.…There's several buttons on the top of the screen for moving the model around…however, they're also available on your mouse.…To get started, let's push center mouse button down and hold it.…And then move your mouse from the left-hand side or the right-hand side of…the screen to rotate the model. You could do the same thing by moving it…up and down to rotate the model around. That's again just by holding down the…middle mouse button. If you scroll with the middle mouse…button, it zooms in or out of the model. If you hold down the Ctrl key on your…keyboard while holding down the middle mouse button, it allows you to pan the…model left or right, okay? Those same tools are available at the top.…
So I can click on Zoom To Fit, which just makes the model fullscreen.…
- 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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