Tag Archives: AutoCAD tips

Synergis60 Webcast: Best of Both Worlds – AutoCAD and Revit Together

It is a common misconception that once you start using REVIT you will abandon AutoCAD. This is SO not true! What about the 1000’s of drawings you created over the years? In this session we will show you how to use AutoCAD and REVIT together to streamline your workflow.  At the end of this session the attendee will:  Learn to

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Using the AutoCAD Filter Command

Posted on March 4, 2015 by Mark Lancaster, Synergis Product Support Specialist: Although it’s been a while since I’ve done any “real” work in AutoCAD, the other day I had an opportunity to fire it up and use one of my all-time favorite commands in a workflow that I was documenting for a customer. This command was implemented over 22

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Lynn Allen: 60 AutoCAD Tips in 60 Minutes Recording

Last month, we were honored to have Lynn Allen, Autodesk Evangelist and Cadalyst contributor, share her 60 AutoCAD Tips in 60 Minutes with our customers.  We had hundreds attend, and just in case you missed it, you can still see the recording here. Don’t forget to pick up her latest tips booklet on her blog site, on the left-hand side.

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Live Webcast January 13: Lynn Allen: 60 AutoCAD Tips in 60 Minutes

If you want a plethora of power user tips then be sure join Cadalyst Columnist and Autodesk Technical Evangelist Lynn Allen as she takes you through a whirlwind of productivity techniques that are certain to improve your everyday drawing life.  At a tip a minute, you’ll be sure to discover some top-secret AutoCAD features that will remove tedium and boost

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AutoCAD Tip: Convert PDF to DWG

Posted on December 9, 2014 by Bill McKown, Synergis Solutions Engineer: Here’s a quick tip that you may not know about.  Did you know that you can turn a pdf document into a dwg?  This is a great starting point for designs in pdf so you don’t have to recreate the wheel.  This will cut  your time dramatically. Here’s the

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Mark’s Playlist of Inventor Tips and Tricks

How can I be more efficient in my designing with Inventor? What are the best tricks for my workflow? Are there easier ways to accomplish what I am doing? These are the questions we get on Helpdesk every day.  Fortunately, we have Product Support Specialists that have industry experience and have sat in your shoes.  Mark Lancaster joined our Helpdesk

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Synergis60: Free Upcoming Webcasts to Help you Stay Ahead…

Every month, Synergis’ solutions experts offer 60 minutes of their time to help you stay ahead with tips, tricks and secrets to better design and simplify IT concerns. Upcoming webcasts: Licensing Deployment Tips and Tricks with Darin Green Learn how to make a deployment work for your needs by making behind-the-scenes edits. Learn how to fix broken borrowed licenses and

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Robert Green Video: Customizing AutoCAD Crash Course

This year at Synergis University, Robert Green (everyone’s favorite CAD Manager) presented on Customizing AutoCAD Crash Course.  The session provided a lot of hands-on tips that attendees said they could plug in right away.  With so much value in one session, we wanted to post it to share these tips with everyone. Here’s the video: Would you like to see

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AutoCAD Video Tip: Custom Sheet Set Template Workflow

Posted on July 8, 2014 by Jesse Evans, Synergis Solutions Engineer: We received a request for this tip, so I created a video to share with everyone.  The question was how to create custom title blocks that link into the AutoCAD Sheet Set Manager.  We’ll focus on the most important factor, the .dwt and .dst that are linked together. Want

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Synergis Blog: Best of 2013

2013 was a great year of Synergis posts so we are highlighting the most popular posts on the last day of the year.  Check out these most viewed posts on our blog: Building How to Edit Wall Types with Revit Architecture Revit Video Tip: How to Build Your Own Roof Truss Families Using Parts in Autodesk® Revit® Civil, Infrastructure, Utilities How to Convert

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