The ability to tailor the menu system in AutoCAD® software to automate commands or to create a personal workspace has always been the product's forte. Back in the day, we could easily modify the menu system with a text editor. Things change. The AutoCAD Custom User Interface File (CUIX) is a tad more complex and can be daunting to even a seasoned AutoCAD veteran. In this class, you learn how to add commands to AutoCAD, creating new tabs and panels for your workspace. You learn to add a custom partial menu to the main customization file and how to incorporate the enterprise CUIX.
- Work with custom commands
- Customize the Ribbon
- Add partial menus and enhance workspaces
- Set up an enterprise CUIX
Employed at Autodesk, Inc., as a Technical Support Specialist and AutoCAD KDE (Knowledge Domain Expert), Volker Cocco has been working with AutoCAD software since 1991. He has worked for various Autodesk Resellers since 1997 and has had extensive experience troubleshooting and supporting Autodesk products. With a background in CAD drafting and management, Volker has instructed basic to advanced AutoCAD technical classes including sessions at Autodesk User Group International (AUGI) CAD Camp and Autodesk University.