AutoCAD scripting is one of those out-of-the-box tools that has been in the software since the ’90s. AutoCAD software’s Core Console, introduced in the 2013, lets users process drawings in a fraction of the time it takes to open a drawing and make the changes by hand. During this class, you’ll learn how to enter commands directly into the Core Console via script files, create a .BAT file, and process whole directories quickly and efficiently without any repetitive user inputs. The dynamics of Core Console lets you become more productive when you return to your office. This class will feature AutoCAD, but Core Console is included in all AutoCAD products.
- Learn how to write and run script files from the desktop and within AutoCAD
- Learn how to reduce mouse clicks, keystrokes, and all strokes in general
- Learn how to process whole directories of drawings for revision control, and company and customer standards
- Learn how to use a combination of .bat files and script files to integrate with the Core Console