Category: AutoCAD 2008

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Layer Properties Per Viewport

For the past couple weeks The CAD Geek Blog has been rather quiet.  Rest assured I haven’t abandoned my little corner of the CAD blogosphere,

Make an Entire DWG Annotative

While I was unable to get a blog post put together last week, I did manage to finish developing a course on Annotative Scaling for

Perpetual Annotation Scale List

In just the last few days alone I have received 5 support requests from my users about this issue. Seeing that I haven?t seen a

Quickly Link Excel Tables to AutoCAD

Since being posted back in April my post titled Linking Excel and AutoCAD with Data Links has been one of the most visited pages here

Upgrading to AutoCAD 2008

Alas, my firm has finished our AutoCAD 2008 upgrade. In the timeframe of about a month we upgraded a little more than 250 users in

Multileaders – Part 2

After a much needed and most enjoyable vacation to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, I am back in the office. My first two days

AutoCAD 2008

Multileaders – Part 1

So this post actually comes to you from the Outer Banks of North Carolina. This week I am getting some much needed rest & relaxation

Managing Layout Tabs in AutoCAD 2008

If you have kept up with the new features packed within AutoCAD 2008 you have likely read a small novel worth of articles about Annotative

Separate Annotation Scales Per Viewport

Dana Probert over at the Engineered Efficiency blog wrote about quickly changing your Civil 3D Drawing Scale with the new Annotation Scale. Using the

Making Blocks Annotative

If you have been keeping up with AutoCAD 2008, you know the idea behind Annotative Scaling as it relates to text. The general concept to