Brandon here, back with a quick AutoCAD tutorial to help boost your drafting productivity!
It’s officially fall now and the temperatures definitely been dropping fast here in Canada, had to winterize our boat yesterday which is always a sad day. But, on a positive note, My Wife, Son and I are leaving on a vacation next friday, a massive road trip, heading down the west coast to California from BC, Canada, I can’t wait! I’ll be sure to keep you all updated so if you want to follow along, make sure to follow me on twitter @cadintentions for pictures and updates as we go.
Now, on to todays new video, in case you guys missed the announcement on my last newsletter (sign up here for updates), I’ve finally brought back my 2 minute Tuesday tips & tricks videos to the youtube channel. And I’m excited to share this weeks video where I go over a quick tip or trick that will help make you a more productive drafter. In it I show you a really quick trick that many people don’t know. I demo how to open your drawings folder location as well as how to get and copy the file path of your drawing with a single command so you can quickly send it to someone.
Check it out below or on the channel and let me know what you think:
Let me know what you think in the comments and make sure to subscribe and follow me on twitter @cadintentions for more videos and tutorials!
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 recent wrote and AutoCAD book: The AutoCAD Productivity Handbook
check it out and let me know what you think!
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