AutoCAD How to Cycle or Switch Viewports

Autocad Viewport Cycle SwitchHey Everybody, Brandon here back with another Autocad Tutorial video! Todays video is the 3rd 2 minute: Tip, Trick or Tutorial video and in them I cover a basic command, tip or trick that will help make you a better drafter in ~2 minutes. This way you can learn something new, and not have to spend a lot of time learning it. (Let me know what you think of them in the comments, and please feel free to request new ones!)

So, let’s get to it: In this video I go over how to cycle through viewports in autocad without clicking around or moving anything around like the extents of your viewport. It’s just a simple key combination and it lets you switch between multiple viewports, quickly and easily.  This is an easy way to save the frustration of not being able to select a viewport when you have more than one and also helps make you faster and more productive when you are working/switching between viewports on a daily basis. In the video I also go over a bonus tip on how to move objects, text or linework from paper (layout) space to model space and vice-versa!

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As always, thank you so much for reading/watching, and don’t forget to let me know what tip, trick or tutorial you’d like to see next in the comments.
Cheers and happy drafting!

Just in case you missed the last 2 minute: Tip, Trick & Tutorial video check it out here:
Autocad Tutorial: How to change Crosshair Size and Color

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Brandon is a Civil Designer, aspiring blogger and tech aficionado from a small town in Canada. He has been obsessed with design and technology since diapers (coincidentally, his amazing wife recently gave birth to their first son, Emmett, and diapers are now a majority of their free time) and working as a Civil Designer for nearly as long. Brandon’s blog and Youtube channel, CADIntentions.com has been his outlet and loving excuse for keeping up with new tech and trends in the CAD design world for the last five years growing to over 3 million views and being the source of many great friendships and opportunities.