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  • AutoCAD Process Assessment Step 4 Feature
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    Now, we’ve reached our last installment of a four-part series on conducting a process assessment of AutoCAD workflows and procedures. Finally, after bringing structure to a disorganized mountain of information as discussed in Step 3, the final step is to present and communicate what was found. While the meat of such an exercise is undoubtedly […]

  • AutoCAD Process Assessment Feature Step 3 Information
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    If you’re just joining us, this post is part three of a four-part series on conducting a process assessment of AutoCAD workflows and procedures. Recapping what we’ve discussed so far, part one of our series focused on the importance of planning. Specifically, how to identify and define the objectives of your assessment. After establishing our […]

  • AutoCAD Process Assessment Information Collection Feature
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    In part one of our series on conducting a process assessment for AutoCAD, we talked about the importance of beginning with a plan. Central to that plan was none other than defining your objectives. The goal in defining your objectives is to determine where you’re going to look—not what you’re looking for. When doing such […]

  • AutoCAD Process Assessment Step 1
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    Arguably the most significant risk of any CAD manager isn’t what they do know but rather what they don’t know. We can plan and build strategies around what we know, but we can only react to the things we don’t know. And while this is an easy reality to recognize, the more demanding thing is […]

  • AutoCAD certification
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    Looking to up-level your skills? Want to advance your career? AutoCAD certification can help! Here are four things you need to know about certification—and some may surprise you. #1: Why Certification Will Help You and Your Career Earning your certification has a myriad of benefits. First off, it helps you stand out from the competition with the positive […]

  • Web and Mobile Cross Collaboration Tools in AutoCAD
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    Let’s talk about collaboration. For the Have You Tried series installment this month, we’ll cover the most efficient ways to use the collaboration tools built into AutoCAD desktop and the AutoCAD web and mobile apps.  Clients can view your designs from a browser in the AutoCAD web app without having to install additional software.  And if […]

  • Command preview in AutoCAD
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    For this next installment of our Have You Tried series, we have another great time-saver that we are excited to share with you: command preview. Command preview in AutoCAD works on several commands and provides real-time feedback. A preview of the command’s result is displayed, allowing you to make changes or correct errors before completing […]

  • AutoCAD Grips
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    We’re very excited for the Have You Tried this month—and we think you will be, too!  This month is all about grips in AutoCAD. Grips are amazing tools that can be used to quickly manipulate objects. You can stretch, move, copy, rotate, and more without having to type a command or click on the ribbon. […]

  • CAD Terms AutoCAD
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    When working with AutoCAD, there are certain CAD terms you should know. In this second of the two-part “Beginner’s Guide for CAD Terms” series, we will explore some of the most important computer-aided design terms for geometry and object editing. This AutoCAD glossary can help with basic CAD terminology you should know when it comes […]