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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Publishing with Layouts in AutoCAD, Part 1 of 2


How to use Layouts and the Publish command in AutoCAD to plot and create DWF files. For more information, go to www.autodesk.com

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16 Responses to “Publishing with Layouts in AutoCAD, Part 1 of 2”
  1. Sweetmandy90 says:

    thank you very much for this tutorial! very very helpful!

  2. badawiq says:

    Thank you alot, this has been very helpful, cheers from Palestine

  3. ionutcostel says:

    post more of this dude ;)…you are the best at explication tnx tnx 😉

  4. digitaldown says:

    autocad publisher sucks a bag of dicks. so does sheet set manager. when is autodesk gonna give some batch plotting capabilities that actually work?

  5. phaeton13 says:

    that command would be MVIEW not NVIEW

  6. fabiobuhr says:

    comand is “nview”

  7. emikra1 says:

    Can anyone tell me what command author used in time 5:12, i can’t understand neither read from screen (because of quality)

  8. parrotfishko says:

    thank you very much for posting this, it helps a lot to me.

  9. matejc1 says:

    the best AutoCAD tutorial(s), it’s a shame you didn’t make more of them

  10. thewaterbearer07 says:

    Great job Jason, this is the best tutorial I’ve seen on AutoCAD publishing. Thanks for posting it.

  11. rahul18348 says:

    Thx Bro! I never knew this stuff. Now I’m teaching my whole office the proper way to plot…

  12. M3CoupeC50 says:

    This is really awesome. I’m primarily a Pro/E user but it’s not great IMO for ship layouts and such. We have a new job that I’ll be using AutoCAD, and the customer stipulates you must use paperspace layouts. I had no idea how to use them.

  13. vegasjeep1997 says:

    The video has merit but uses typed commands for layer freezing where express tools would have been better. The video also has a few inaccuracies that can be overlooked. The video was best for its use of page setup.

  14. KnowJesusKnowPeace says:

    great tutorial. There are dozens of “how to draw a line” videos on here…. please!

    This one actually has value.

  15. gemmellm says:

    Great job! I find that I also run into many customers who do not use AutoCAD Layouts properly. Very nice quick video guide.

  16. jasonwpratt says:

    Part 2 of 2 also available, click “More from this user” to see it!

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