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Having worked in the architecture industry for around 3 years. I have found many people struggle with being fast with AutoCAD and getting things done on time.   One aspect of AutoCAD that i like to customize to hasten my drafting process is creating and modifying my shortcuts for command. As we know, there are specific commands that we use to draft. C for circle, Rec for rectangle and so forth. Typing in C is obviously faster than typing Circle and Rec faster than Rectangle. However, for commands that doesn't have these short command, we can change it.   A specific thing that i like to do is the command "aliasedit" which allows me to change the shortcut. For example, if i want to shorten the Rec command to "RR", i can type in alias edit, find the command and edit the shortcut.   The thing that would allow me to achieve efficiency is to change all my core commands (the commands that i use most frequently) to a shortcut that... read more

I am so excited to become a part of this site...being able to share what I know about Interior Design is an adventure I can't wait to explore with you. I know that once we get started, the possibilities are endless. Don't wait, act now!!! Let's get those creative juices flowing...

Hello Everyone, In the not to distant future I will have the ability to perform lessons via webcam. The reason for this is that this will make it easier for both myself and the student. In the past, where and when has always been an issue. My current living arrangements do not allow the space to have students, nor is it then environment for it and sometimes the student is in the same boat. This would leave us with finding a public place that would accommodate us and the use of laptop computers and the space needed. Tutoring AutoCAD and Writing are both subjects that can easily be accomplished via webcam and/or application sharing or websites like WebEx for "Webinars" and such. Providing lessons in this manner frees us from the limitations of time in public places or personal space. The most important thing any student should remember is that practice and repetition will increase their understanding of the craft they are learning. From that understanding will... read more

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