Each release of AutoCAD software translates to bigger and better features, but some old tools have never changed. Scripting is one of these tools. It's still just as powerful today as it was when introduced into AutoCAD software back in the late ‘90s. If you can key in commands at the command line, you can script. If you're not familiar with the Action Recorder, you’ll learn in this class how to create some easy macros to use for increased speed of design. Regardless of your knowledge of scripting or the Action Recorder, you'll go from zero to hero in 60 minutes in this class.
- Learn to write and run script files
- Learn how, through automation, to reduce mouse clicks, keystrokes, and all strokes in general (including brain strokes)
- Learn how to manipulate multiple files in a single pass
- Learn how to create and use macros with Action Recorder