Autodesk University 2018 Recorded Classes Now Online

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By Tiffany Lee

Weren’t able to make it to Las Vegas in November for AU 2018? Don’t fret—we’ve got you covered. More than 100 recorded AutoCAD and specialized toolset classes are now available online for you to peruse on your own time.

Even if you did make it to AU, it was nearly impossible to squeeze in every class you wanted to attend in such a short amount of time! Perhaps you missed any of the informative Electrical toolset classes such as Randy Brunette’s “AutomaticDrawingCreation withElectrical.” You can filter for product categories such as “AutoCADElectrical” (or “AutoCADPlant3D,” etc.) to get to the videos you want to see. So set aside your poker chips, and let’s get started!

Autodesk University 2018 videos online

Here’s one of the many sessions you can find in the AUonlinelibrary. If you want to keep masteringAutoCADsheetsets, join Sam Lucido as he shares a plethora of power-user tips.

“If you already have the basic knowledge of the Sheet Set Manager and want to take it to the next level, then this class is for you,” Lucido says. “In this advanced class, we will create a standard template using fields and links to populate the data throughout the entire design package. We will organize all of the sheets, add views including labels, and publish the entire set to a PDF, DWF, or plotter output when complete. At the end of this class, you will be able to take your existing company title blocks and create a template to use on all projects, increasing your productivity and efficiency on all current and future design projects.”

Don’t miss the video and the 93-page handout! And stay tuned for more can’t-miss AU 2018 videos that we will be highlighting in the coming months here on the AutoCAD blog.

Looking for more Autodesk University videos? Check out the entire series here.

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