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AutoCAD’s Lesser Known Commands – BURST

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This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series AutoCAD's Lesser Known Commands Series

There are times you may have block in a drawing that has attributes within it, but you may not need the block to be a block anymore. Well, exploding the block will probably result in some undesirable results. Try using the BURST command instead. Take a look at this video …

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AutoCAD’s Lesser Known Commands – SAVEALL and CLOSEALL

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There are two AutoCAD commands that are not very well known that I thought I’d highlight in this short blog. . .SAVEALL and CLOSEALL. They are both very powerful commands that do exactly what their names portray. SAVEALL: If you have several drawings open and need to save them all …

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A Good Pasta Meal Can Help You Keep Your Job Using Revit

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This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series How to Keep Your Job Using Revit Series

The insignificant little things that affect the way you use Revit eventually add up. They hover unseen in the background of your drawing file, multiplying until they start to take chunks out of your productivity – chunks that can really hurt your next performance evaluation. Protect the integrity of your …