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Lynda - AutoCAD 2018 Essential Training 2017 TUTORiAL

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Lynda -  AutoCAD 2018 Essential Training 2017 TUTORiAL
Lynda - AutoCAD 2018 Essential Training 2017 TUTORiAL | 1.59 GB

AutoCAD 2018 is a powerful designing and drafting software used to create precise 2D and 3D designs. In this beginner's course, learn how to get started with AutoCAD. Shaun Bryant covers the basics of the user interface, showing how to use the ribbon, change workspaces, use the ViewCube, and work with the Quick Access Toolbar.
Shaun also demonstrates how to manage files and options, navigate your drawings, and draw and modify objects. Plus, he explains how to draw more accurately with Grid and Snap, use text and annotations to help others get a clearer understanding of your designs, and work with the native DWG file type. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll be prepared to use AutoCAD competently in any industry—architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, or product design.

00 - Introduction
What you should know before watching this course
Using the exercise files
01 - Exploring the User Interface
Exploring the user interface
Using the ribbon
Changing workspaces
Using the status bar
Using the drawing tabs
Using the ViewCube
The shortcut menu
File navigation dialog boxes
Drafting Settings dialog box
Quick Access Toolbar (QAT)
02 - Managing Files and Options
Opening, saving, and closing files
Setting drawing units
Converting drawing units
Editing and managing options
Using template files–DWT
03 - Navigating Drawings
Using Zoom commands
Using pan
Using the mouse
Using the ViewCube
Using the navigation bar
Model and layout
Saving and restoring views
04 - Drawing Objects
Polylines and splines
Rectangles and polygons
Points and donuts
05 - Modifying Objects
Selecting objects
Using Move and Copy
Using Scale and Rotate
Creating and using arrays
Using Offset and Mirror
Using Trim and Extend
Using Stretch and Lengthen
Using Break and Join
Using grips and grip editing
Using boundaries
Using Fillet and Chamfer
Using Divide and Measure
Editing Polylines and Splines
Using off-screen selection
Using linetype gap selection
06 - Drawing Accurately
Using Grid and Snap
Working with coordinates
Using Polar Tracking
Using Dynamic Input
Using object snaps
Using object-snap tracking
Using ISODRAFT with isometric drawings
07 - Hatching and Gradients
Using the Hatch command
Using the Gradient command
Editing hatches and gradients
08 - Using Text
Working with text styles
Single-line text
Multiline Text (MTEXT)
Aligning text
Framing text in a title block
Settings for changing text to MTEXT
Selecting text objects
Numbered and lettered list formatting
Uniform line spacing
09 - Dimensioning
Working with dimension styles
Using dimensions
Editing dimensions and dimension overrides
Breaking dimensions
Spacing dimensions
Continue dimensions
Baseline dimensions
Automatic dimensioning
Using multileaders
10 - Object and Layer Properties
Working with object properties
Changing the linetype scale
Using Hide and Isolate
New layers and the layer dropdown menu
Using the layer tools
Other layer tools
11 - Reusing Content
Grouping objects
Creating and using blocks
Redefining block definitions
Using the Explode command
Creating a simple dynamic block
Accessing external blocks from the Internet
12 - Attributes and Tables
Working with table styles
Creating a block with attributes
Working with table styles
Designing a table
Adding fields to a table
13 - External References
Working with XREFs
Attaching and overlaying XREFs
Clipping XREFs
Editing XREFs
Editing XREFs in place
Unnamed drawings
Updating reference paths
Missing reference files
Changing path type
Finding and replacing reference files
Renaming unloaded references
14 - Layouts and Annotation
Creating a layout and adding a viewport
Locking viewports
Freezing viewport layers
Adding a title block - Part 1
Adding a title block - Part 2
Using annotative text styles
Using annotative dimensions
Using revision clouds
15 - Creating Outputs
Page setups
Plotting from Model and Layout tabs
Packaging with eTransmit
Batch plotting
Outputting to different file formats
Sharing design views from AutoCAD
16 - Using PDFs in AutoCAD
Setting a PDF layer
Using the PDFIMPORT command
SHX text recognition with the PDFSHXTEXT command
Using the PDFATTACH command
17 - Technology and Performance
High-resolution monitor support in AutoCAD
Improved DWG save performance
3D DWG file performance in AutoCAD
Enhanced 2D display performance
18 - Conclusion
Next steps



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