1.20.2005

Tips and Tricks: AutoCad

AutoCad is such a complex program, that surely there must be some tips and tricks people can use to do something quickly and efficiently. If you have any tips and tricks, post them up here, and try them out!

6 Comments:

Blogger ramezquita said...

Using polylines is definitely great for building just some rough shells of buildings really fast and efficiently. Also, you can convert polylines to walls nice and fast with the feature on AutoDesk. However, just make sure the default sizes aren't uber huge, otherwise it won't work. Polylines easy to use, fun to play with.

February 1, 2005 at 11:52 PM  
Blogger K3v1n said...

Who are you talking to? Does anyone else know this blog even exists?

February 22, 2005 at 10:23 AM  
Blogger Tina said...

I have been working with AutoCAD since version 12 and no I am not old only 26 years in fact. If you have a question feel free to ask I work in AutoCAD every day and could share some lisp programs I have developed over the years. tina@architecturalthumb.com

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