I don’t want to have to detach the xref and reload. Is there a way to this individaully?
Thisvideo clip will show you how to use layers efficiently in Autodesk AutoCAD 2010. The clip is part of an online training course that will teach you a substantial amount about AutoCAD 2010. Please visit www.retrievemedia.com for more information.
www.autocadvids.com Layers in AutoCAD allow you to set different colours, linetypes and lineweights for different objects you may want to draw. This video is part 2 of a tutorial on how to use them in AutoCAD.
Visit www.3deastacademy.com for detailed free tutorials and free 3d object/models. Anyhow this tutorial is about mechanical drafting with AutoCAD using line circle layers dimensions and trim tool.
www.autocadvids.com Layers in AutoCAD allow you to set different colours, linetypes and lineweights for different objects you may want to draw. This video is a tutorial on how to use them in AutoCAD.
It is common practice in AutoCAD Map 3D to attach a set of DWG files and then make a query to display only a subset of the objects in those drawings. For example, you might have 10 drawings that contain all of the infrastructure for a town or small city. If you want to work [...]
A quick look at AutoCAD’s layer command and text. Also see how the dimension tools work. From www.myCADsite.com which offers a complete free AutoCAD course online.
Have you ever inserted an XREF and then spent time getting all the LAYERs turned on, off, thawed and frozen just the way you want. You then spent even more time setting each layer the color that you want. And once you had everything just perfect, you saved your drawing and exited, only to find when you return that all the time consuming work had been lost…