Productivity through programming has never been a friendly or intuitive process. Whether you are using LISP, VBA, or menus and macros, if you don't get the right syntax, it won't work. AutoCAD 2009 introduced the ability to build custom macros and commands simply by using AutoCAD software. In this class, we cover how to record, play, save, and share macros that automate creating, editing, and modifying geometry, as well as simplify drawing maintenance and utilities, with one custom command. Reducing repetitive steps and tasks is the key to personal productivity. It is time to tap into the power of the Action Recorder!
AutoCAD casual users to power users who want to gain more productivity by reducing repetitive steps and tasks without knowing programming languages and without having to customize the menu,
Matt Murphy has been recognized by Autodesk since 1985 as a leader in providing professional training. He has served as an adviser and consultant to the training industry as Chair of the Autodesk Training Center Advisory Board (ATCAB) and Executive Committee (ATCEC), and has received numerous instructional awards, including the ATC Eastern Regional Instructor of the Year for 2004. Matt is a widely acclaimed top trainer and former featured columnist for Cadalyst and AUGIWorld magazines as well as the AutoCAD Exchange - Ask the Expert Series. As a 20-year veteran speaker at Autodesk University and the PowerTrack Manager for 2009, he was rated the top Autodesk University Speaker seven times including for a tutorial (2006), large lecture (2007) and PowerTrack session (2008 and 2009). Matt is the Director of Content Management and development for all CADLearning® products from 4D Technologies, helping create affordable training for Autodesk® software users.