Want to know a quick way to rename something in your drawing? Read more »
The VIEW command has been around for a while. Ever since Autodesk introduced Sheet Set Manager named views have become even more important. Read more »
The command CHSPACE is an awesome tool! It allows you to select an object in a layout tab (paper space) and put it in Model Space while automatically scaling by the viewport’s scale factor. Read more »
Like I’ve said before, there are multiple ways to setup Sheet Set Manager (SSM). This post shows just one way to do it. I setup SSM with AutoCAD 2008 for Seattle Public Utilities and Seattle Department of Transportation using this method. Read more »
Heidi Hewett’s blog is a good resource for learning how to use Sheet Set Manager. She has excellent documentation on setting up and using Sheet Set Manager.
More on Sheet Set Manager in the coming days…
There are three linetype settings to consider when setting up your drawings: LTSCALE, PSLTSCALE, & MSLTSCALE. Read more »