So, first things first… I know it’s not Tuesday… But I posted today’s Video earlier this week (Tuesday) and I wanted to make sure I shared it here on the blog just in case anyone missed it since I think it’s packed with helps tips for copying from one drawing to another in AutoCAD.
I’ve been asked many times on videos over the years for various ways and specific guidance for moving/copying objects, layers, text, styles, layouts, etc.. you name it, from one drawing into another drawing.
It makes sense. Why spend time duplicating work, redrawing objects or setting up styles/layers multiple times? It’s not necessary, and AutoCAD even provides us with multiple ways to quickly copy any of those objects and even more from one drawing to another.
In today’s short and to the point video, I walk you through 4! different ways to Copy and PAste different objects, layers, styles etcc into another drawing. These tips will save you hours almost instantly.
Check out the full video below:
That’s all for this weeks post, let me know in the comments which tip you liked and plan to use the most!
I hope you all were able to take something away from it and able to add a new tool to your CAD toolbox!
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