I am good at helping Architects and Interior Designers who are intimidated by Autocad, ADT, etc. to feel comfortable, get things done. If you are in another field, I will do what I can for you. PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW MY INSTRUCTIONS TO QUESTIONER-- MOST DON'T FOLLOW THEM, AND IT MAKES IT VERY HARD TO ANSWER WELL-- THANKS
Interior Design and Space Planning. Autodesk U. 2000 and 2001.
AutoCAD 2000-2009, ADT (now AutoCAD Architecture)
I learned on more recent versions, myself, (2nd career) -- not interested in the long way. or in remembering/typing commands when a click will do it. Also good at creative ways to draw and present.
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Often when you get a very zoomed out screen, it is because there is an odd object or artifact way outside the drawing area. You can try SELECT ALL and look for some odd thing floating out there. You
Just the beginning of figuring out where you have gone wrong... After the plot, what do you get if you double click on the wheel of the mouse (which is ZOOM EXTENTS by default)? Perhaps be less confusing
Hi -- this is really an IT problem, not about how to use AutoCAD. A lot of factors can cause commands to fail: -- you may have installed other programs or add-ons which messed up your installation of
I am now retired But I can tell you that when the program stops functioning as it should, the problem is always the user a- you changed a setting inadvertently b- you downloaded a program that messed
Will give you the best response I can, I have retired, pretty much. A-- I never liked or bothered to learn lisp, etc, as I used what I had or bought them from pros. B-- I am wanting to ask why you