If you want to learn a plethora of power user tips, then be sure to join Cadalyst columnist and Autodesk technical evangelist Lynn Allen as she takes you through a whirlwind of productivity techniques that are certain to improve your everyday drawing life. At a tip a minute, you are sure to discover some top secret AutoCAD software features that will remove tedium and boost your ability to meet project deadlines.This session will be repeated as class ID AC4058 on Thursday, December 5, 2:30-3:30 p.m.
- Use fewer steps to accomplish maximum productivity
- Apply valuable AutoCAD shortcuts that save time
- Customize the AutoCAD UI for maximum efficiency
- Share secrets that AutoCAD gurus know
Lynn Allen is an Autodesk, Inc., technical evangelist who speaks to more than 30,000 users worldwide each year. For the past 22 years she has written the "Circles and Lines" column for Cadalyst magazine, and she is the voice behind the popular Cadalyst videos, Tips and Tricks with Lynn Allen. Lynn started using Autodesk software over 25 years ago, and she taught at the corporate and collegiate level for 13 years before joining Autodesk. A sought-after public speaker with a unique comedic style, Lynn is always one of the highest-rated speakers and hosts at Autodesk University. The author of 3 AutoCAD books, her latest is entitled AutoCAD Professional Tips and Techniques.
Heidi Hewett has dedicated her career to educating people on the use of AutoCAD software. She began using AutoCAD as a student in 1986. Soon after earning her B.S. in Architectural Engineering, Heidi transitioned from an Autodesk customer to an Autodesk employee. During her career at Autodesk, Heidi has held a variety of positions including Product Support Technician, Training Specialist, and Senior Applications Engineer. In her current role as the AutoCAD Technical Marketing Manager, Heidi assists the marketing team in developing and delivering technical marketing material for AutoCAD. She continues to educate Autodesk customers, partners, and employees through Webcasts, seminars, and her AutoCAD Insider blog. It is her passion for education that inspired Heidi to earn an M.S. in Technical Communication and an M.A. in Information and Learning Technologies.