After you complete a design, you’ll want to create standard-size drawing sheets with one or more scaled views. In AutoCAD, these sheets are called layouts. For historical reasons, AutoCAD provides you with four different ways to create layouts. The basics of AutoCAD layouts includes an overview of the four creation methods, and a step-by-step guide to using the easiest method—the method you’ll choose typically depends on your company’s standards.
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The “Layouts” section of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to AutoCAD Basics
The basics of AutoCAD layouts: Related reference
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