Brandon here and we are kicking off the new year with a new video! I’m excited to be back and making videos after a couple week break to spend the holidays with my family and to relax a bit. This year I’ve got a ton of new content, courses, and some really cool stuff coming for you guys and I hope you will all really enjoy the direction it’s going.
I want to get back to writing more posts on the blog, including some more in-depth training material and content this year so be sure to check back often and to subscribe to the email list to stay up to date with everything in the coming weeks and months.
Now, back to today’s post, we have the first Two Minute Tuesday of 2018 and I’m really excited for it since it’s a super useful tip that everyone using AutoCAD needs to know and will likely need to use at one point or another. In it I walk you through how to open a bak backup file in AutoCAD along with why and when you might need to use your bak file.
Check out the video below and be sure to let me know what you think:
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As always, thank you so much for watching, and don’t forget to let me know what tip, trick or tutorial you’d like to see next in the comments or if you’re having issues with your sheet sets.
Cheers and happy drafting!
Just in case you haven’t seen it yet, I recently wrote an AutoCAD book: The AutoCAD Productivity Handbook
check it out and let me know what you think!
And lastly, don’t forget to check out my last post here: AutoCAD: How to Break Dimension Lines and AutoSpacing Tool – 2 Minute Tuesday
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