When you need to specify a precise location on an object, what’s your go-to tool? Object snaps, obviously. And when you need to specify multiple object snap points and want to track them automatically? It’s got to be object snap tracking. Now you can march through all the object snap tracking basics, and you can do it in just under five minutes. It’s as easy as watching our October video of the month.
The video is actually a preview of a nearly six-hour course, taught by Shaun Bryant, an Autodesk Revit and AutoCAD certified professional with 25+ years experience as a consultant, trainer, manager, and user.
You don’t have to sign up for the whole course (offered on Lynda.com) as the five-minute preview is totally worth your while … but if you’re interested in getting up and running with using AutoCAD LT or AutoCAD for object snap tracking, we recommend it.
Want to learn more about object snap tracking basics?
Check out the following Autodesk Knowledge Network articles ….
- About Tracking Points Automatically Using Object Snaps: You can create objects at specific angles or in specific relationship to other objects ….
- To Change AutoTrack Settings: Right-click the drawing area and click Options ….
- TRACKING (Command Modifier): Locates a point from a series of temporary points ….
- Commands for Object Snap Tracking (AutoTrack)
Looking for more videos? Check out the full Video of the Month series!