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KaDe King

GEN11607-L: Exploring the 2016 Dimension Tools (in AutoCAD)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover core concepts for AutoCAD dimensioning
  • Learn how to create dimensions with the new dimension tools in AutoCAD 2016
  • Learn how to use all options within the new dimension tools
  • Learn how to identify the best ways to edit existing dimensions

Description

Description

Are you planning a move to AutoCAD 2016 software? Or perhaps you’re already there! Either way, this session will get you fully up and running with the new dimension tools in AutoCAD software. We will cover from core concepts all the way through to the new DIM command and all its options (Angular, Baseline, Continue, Ordinate, Align, Distribute, Layer, and Undo). We will also go through tips and tricks for editing existing dimensions.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Users of AutoCAD software or vertical products based on AutoCAD, at all skill levels who have\will install AutoCAD 2016.

Speakers

Speakers

KaDe King

KaDe King is a senior technical specialist for U.S. CAD, and provides training, network licensing services, and migration services. She has been using AutoCAD software since 1987 and has been a trainer since 1993. KaDe is an AutoCAD Certified Professional and an Autodesk Certified Instructor. She has been the recipient of the Autodesk Instructor Quality Award, and has presented at Autodesk University many times. Her experience is widely varied and includes real-world application of AutoCAD software in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry, and in the mapping, civil, and manufacturing industries. She enjoys teaching, and she specializes in relating to the class participants and helping them to get the most out of the training course, whatever it may be.

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Published

  • 2015
  • GEN11607-L
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • AutoCAD
  • AutoCAD LT

Industry

  • Cross-Industry

Topics

  • AutoCAD and General Design