As usual, it’s Tuesday and I’m back again with a new video and accompanying tutorial post that I wanted to share with you all.
I know I mention it each week but I’ll mention it again just in case, I’ve recently partnered with the AutoCAD Blog to produce some of my favourite CAD Tips as Tuesday Tip articles along with an accompanying Two Minute Tuesday Video. You can see the full list of my articles on the AutoCAD Blog here, and check out the videos on my channel here: youtube.com/c/cadintentions.
In this weeks article, I wanted to highlight an older Express Tool that tends to get overlooked by many users: Remote Text (RTEXT command). I’ve noticed that it doesn’t get used very often and in a lot of cases that’s for good reason since Fields (you can see my tips on Fields here) has taken a lot of the functions and improved upon them, but RText has some specific, very useful, and underutilized uses that can really come in handy! Hit the link below to jump over to the AutoCAD blog and take a look at using RTEXT in your own drawings.
Check out the full article here: https://blogs.autodesk.com/autocad/remote-text-autocad-tuesday-tips-with-brandon/
And watch the accompanying tutorial video below:
That’s all for today, I hope you all will continue to check out and enjoy my posts on the AutoCAD Blog, they have been a ton of fun to work on and I’m excited for more posts to come. Be sure to subscribe and follow on twitter @cadintentions to keep up to date and be the first to get updates on the next Tuesday Tip Article coming in the next weeks.
As always, thank you so much for reading and watching, I am super excited to be back and posting regularly on the blog this year and look forward to it all.
Cheers and happy drafting!
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