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Video: Customizing Your AutoCAD Ribbon

In September for our Synergis60 webcast, Mark Lancaster presented “Customizing My AutoCAD Ribbon.”  In this webcast, Mark explains how you can organize your AutoCAD ribbon to fit the way you work with the components that you use regularly and don’t want to search for each time. Watch the recording to learn more about your AutoCAD ribbon: Have questions?  Contact us

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New AutoCAD 2015 Feature: Cursor Badge

Posted on July 11, 2014 by Mark Lancaster, Synergis Product Support Specialist: One of the new features in AutoCAD 2015 is called a “Cursor Badge”. What is a “Cursor Badge” you ask? When performing certain functions inside of AutoCAD 2015, an icon representing the command appears next to your cursor. Example:  If I performed a zoom window, a “zoom window”

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Video Post: iLogic Form Title Block

Here’s a video for the iLogic users for a tip on the title block.  In this short video, you will learn to: streamline the title block entry of information with the use of an iLogic form edit the title block definition and adding the text links to the definition easily create the iLogic form quickly fill out your title block

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Your Autodesk Training Should Come From An Autodesk Certified Instructor – Here’s Why

Autodesk Certified Instructors (ACI) program provides instructors with the highest level of standards for teaching Autodesk products. The cornerstone of the Autodesk Professional Excellence Program, ACI raises the bar by providing premier coaching, mentoring, evaluation, and accreditation services to ensure that only the most highly qualified instructors teach Autodesk software. Synergis has six Autodesk Certified Instructors, at least one for

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Miss AU2012? Check Out All the Learning for Free!

If you couldn’t make it to Las Vegas for Autodesk University 2012, you can still access the classes for free!  Autodesk is offering free screencasts and class handouts of over 900 classes taught at AU2012. All you need to do is log on to AU Virtual.  Don’t have an account?  Sign up for free. For instructions on how to access AU2012 click by

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