AutoCAD content is designed to be reused in the current drawing or other drawings. The most difficult task concerning reusing content is managing and organizing that content. AutoCAD software comes with a couple of tools that assist in reusing content from the local driver or a network location: DesignCenter and Tool Palettes. In this session, we will look at the functionality of DesignCenter and Tool Palettes and how these tools help organize and reuse drawings, hatches, and other reusable content.
- Learn about the DesignCenter interface
- Learn how to work with DesignCenter to reuse content
- Learn about AutoCAD tool palettes
- Learn about working with, and sharing content using, tool palettes
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.
Nauman Mysorewala, an Autodesk Expert Elite,has more than 25 years of experience with the AutodeskÂ® family of products including AutoCADÂ®, AutoCAD Architecture, RevitÂ® Architecture,& NavisworksÂ® . He is a Registered Architect, Revit Architecture Certified Professional,AutoCAD Certified Professional, and LEEDÂ® AP.Nauman has presented at AU and numerous Autodesk Build your IQ webinars for AutoCAD and Revit in collaboration with Autodesk. Nauman is a BIM Manager for GBBN Architects Inc., a multi-national architectural design firm focused on innovating the essential building blocks of our communities - housing, healthcare, education, and cultural venues.He is also an Adjunct Faculty at University of Cincinnati. He has tremendous experience troubleshooting complex architectural, computer, connectivity and software issues. . He enjoys discovering new products and technologies and implementing them in construction.