AutoCAD Architecture 2016: Rendering your Blueprints


AutoCAD Architecture 2016: Rendering your Blueprints, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course

Course Description

CADLearning for AutoCAD® Architecture 2016 teaches the use of AutoCAD Architecture 2016 as an architectural drafting tool. With its tools focused specifically on architecture, architects and designers can quickly draw exactly what they envision. Documents and presentations can then be created from a complete architectural model, which can then be shared in a number of ways.

Master design and architecture with the help of Autodesk.

- Discover the different types of Autodesk applications
- Learn about the functions in each application and how to apply them
​- Sift out the different product to find which one suits your project
- Navigate the tools and features like a professional at the end of this course

This course is SkillsFuture Credit Eligible.


Course Objectives

1. Understand about navigating the AutoCAD Architecture Interface
2. Know how to Create and Modify Architectural Designs while working in both 2D and 3D
3. Understand about Designing for Building Interiors and Exteriors
4. Know about Adding Structural Components
5. Understand about Finding, Using, and Managing Content
6. Understand about Adding Annotations to Projects and Documenting them
7. Able to create Compelling Visual Representations of Projects
8. Able to Perform Analysis and Validation
9. Knows about Implementing Preferences and Standards
10. Understanding Interoperability and Collaboration Capabilities


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Content

Course Resources

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Introducing AutoCAD Architecture

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Introducing the AutoCAD Architecture Interface

A review of various on screen components

Introducing the Application Menu

Various options found in the Application menu

Understanding the Ribbon Interface

Overview of the various options in the ribbon, how to use InfoCenter, and adding tools to the Quick Access toolbar

Understanding Terminology and Using the Helper Tools

Specific terminology used in AutoCAD Architecture

Understanding Status Bars

Review of the various status bar options

Introducing the Display System

Overview of Display Configuration

Managing Layers

Overview of Display Configuration

Understanding the Differences Between Color-Based and Style-Based Template Files

Layer key styles used in ctb and stb templates

Displaying Objects and Their Materials

How materials control object display

Introducing the Project Navigator

An overview of the project management system

Identifying Options Unique to AutoCAD Architecture

A review of the AEC tabs

Using Autodesk Exchange for AutoCAD Architecture

Introduction to this help and information dialog box

Changing the Product Serial Number and Activating a Trial Version

Authorizing your software

Quick Start

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Introducing Quick Start

Overview of using project browser and project navigator

Creating a Small Building

Discussion of the features used to create a small office building

Creating a Building Mass for Our New Project

Creating a conceptual massing study for a small office building

Creating the Exterior Shell

Creating the exterior shell, including windows and doors, for a small office building

Creating the Ground Floor

Creating the ground floor elements for a small office building

Creating the Column Grid

Adding a column grid to a small office building

Creating the Core

Adding the core elements, such as the elevators and toilet rooms, to a small office building

Creating Views

Creating Plan and Elevation views of a small office building sample

Creating Plan and Elevation Sheet Files

Creating floor plan and elevation sheets in the small office building project

Creating Section and Enlarged Plan Sheet Files

Creating section and detailed enlarged floor plan sheets and preparing to plot the project sheets for a small office building

Productivity Tools

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Introducing Productivity Tools

An introduction to productivity tools

Configuring Your Personal Workspace

Adjust placement of palettes, panels and tool visibility and save as a workspace

Learning to Use Dynamic Input

Using the heads-up display system for visual feedback as you work

Using Right-Click Menus

Right-click context-sensitive menus and unique tools not found on the ribbon

Using Grips in Plan Views

Grips and how they allow for easy editing of AEC objects

Using Grips in Elevation and Isometric Views

Using Grips in AutoCAD Architecture in Elevation and Isometric Views

Editing AEC Objects from Alternate Views

Editing your objects from alternate view directions

Editing Objects in Place

Directly editing nested profiles that define objects

Isolating Objects to Simplify Views

Working on a small portion of a complex project

Using Live Sections

Slice and work directly in a cropped view of the model

Navigating in 3D

Navigating in 3D with the ViewCube, preset view settings, and the SteeringWheel

Using Object Viewer

Using Object Viewer to view objects without changing the drawing view

Creating User-Defined Palettes and Tools

Creating user-defined palettes and tools using Content Browser items

Finding and Using Content

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Introducing Content

An introduction to content

Using AutoCAD Architecture Templates

Starting from the proper template will pre-populate your drawings with some important settings and styles

Using Task-Based Palettes

Switching Palette Groups for tasks such as design, documentation, detailing and visualization

Using Design Center

Using the Design Center to locate content, and how it is used to create new content tools

Using Content Browser

Finding content in catalogs, and adding to your drawings or palettes

Using the Properties Palette

Quickly accessing the properties of any selected object, and making changes

Using Style Manager

Understanding where styles that reside in a drawing are managed, and how they can be adjusted

Using Display Manager

A brief overview of the display system and how to manage the graphic standards for objects

Using Autodesk Seek

Using Autodesk Seek to search for and use online content in this community-based service from Autodesk

Using the Conceptual Design Tools

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Introducing the Conceptual Design Tools

Introduction to Conceptual Design Tools

Performing Massing Studies

Creating form with the Massing tools

Using Mass Groups and Slices

Assembling multiple Mass objects together and slicing the result to extract floor plates

Understanding Space Planning

Conceptual design exploration using spaces

Analyzing Designs

Extracting data early from your designs for analysis

Moving the Design Forward

Reusing geometry extracted from the massing model to build your project

Creating Building Interiors with Basic Components

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Introducing Building Interior Basic Components

An Introduction to basic interior building geometry

Creating Walls Accurately

Creating walls accurately using dynamic input and direct distance entry

Understanding Wall Justification

Understanding wall justification baseline, edge offset and wall components

Understanding Wall Justification with Object Snaps

Understanding wall justification baseline, edge offset and wall components with object snaps

Changing Wall Justification

Changing wall justification after walls have been created

Using Wall Cleanup Tools

Using wall cleanup tools to join walls, cleanup intersections, and resolve component priorities

UsingAutoCAD Modify Commands

Using AutoCAD Modify commands on Architectural objects

Understanding Wall Cleanup Radius

Understanding wall cleanup radius to help resolve when walls do not cleanup

Understanding Wall Component Priorities

Understanding wall component priorities and how they affect cleanup conditions

Overriding Wall Component Priorities

Overriding wall component priorities to change cleanup conditions

Understanding Wall Cleanup Groups

Understanding wall cleanup groups and how they affect cleanup conditions

Understanding Wall Location Elevations

Understanding wall location elevations and how they affect cleanup conditions

Adjusting Wall Justification

Modifying wall justification, reversing direction and offsetting walls

Using the Wall Offset Tools

Using the Wall Offset tools to more accurately locate walls

Using AEC Modify Tools to Trim and Extend Walls

Using AEC Modify tools to trim and extend walls

Modifying Wall Style Assignments

Modifying wall style assignments after walls have been placed in the drawing Using AEC Modify tools to trim and extend walls

Adding and Modifying Interior Walls

Adding and modifying interior walls using existing walls and adjusting cleanups

Converting Linework to Walls

Converting linework to walls. Using lines and areas to create walls more easily

Using Renovation Mode to Create Phased Wall Styles

Using Renovation mode to create phased wall styles

Using Wall Styles to Create Phased Projects

Using wall styles to create phased projects. Creating custom Layer Key and Wall styles

Creating Interior Walls

Creating interior walls in a project

Using Constraints with Walls

Using geometric and dimensional constraints with walls to control their behavior

Using Advanced Wall Tools

Adding sweeps and plan modifiers to walls, and editing the roofline

Creating Wall Interference Conditions

Add additive and subtractive interference conditions

Creating Doors

Creating doors and placing them in existing walls

Modifying Doors

Modifying doors. Changing styles and relocating existing doors

Creating Windows

Creating windows and corner windows in existing walls

Modifying Windows

Modifying windows and corner windows. Changing styles and relocating existing windows

Creating and Modifying Wall Openings

Creating and modifying openings in existing walls

Using Content Browser for Window and Door Styles

Where to find additional window and door styles using Content Browser

Placing Multiple Doors and Windows

Multiple and Relative placement methods for doors and windows

Creating Doors and Windows

Creating doors and windows in a project

Creating Straight Run Stairs

Creating Straight Stairs using the standard style

Creating U-Shaped and Multi-Landing Stairs

Creating U Shaped and Multi-Landing Stairs using various options

Creating Spiral Stairs

Creating Spiral Stairs using various options

Creating Custom Stairs

Custom shaped stairs created from linework

Modifying Stairs

Modifying stairs by applying styles to existing stairs

Creating Ramps

Create a ramp from a stair style

Creating Railings

Creating Railings using various options

Modifying Railings

Modifying railings by changing styles

Adding Stairs and Railings

Adding stairs and railings into a project

Introduction to Building Interior Boundary Components

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Introducing Building Interior Boundary Components

An Introduction to interior building boundary geometry

Creating Spaces

Creating spaces using various methods and from various locations

Generating Spaces Automatically

Creating spaces using various methods and from various locations

Modifying Spaces

Modifying spaces by changing existing styles

Dividing Spaces

Dividing spaces using the Divide Space tool

Creating Spaces in Our Project

Creating spaces in our project

Calculating Room Quantities

Using Roombook to calculate surface areas

Adjusting Roombook Calculation Settings, Surface Materials, and IDs

Adjusting Roombook Calculation Settings, Surface Materials and Display of Quantity and Finish IDs

Generating Roombook Schedules

Creating Schedules Using Roombook Palette Tools

Creating Slabs

Creating Slabs using the standard style

Modifying Slabs

Modifying Slabs by adding holes and changing styles

Applying Edge Styles to Slabs

Applying Edge Styles to existing slabs or in styles

Creating a Stair and Slab Interference Condition

Subtracting headroom for a stair from a slab

Creating Project Slabs

Subtracting headroom for a stair from a slab

Creating Ceiling Grids

Creating Ceiling Grids bound by polylines or spaces

Modifying Ceiling Grids

Modifying Ceiling Grids by changing existing layouts

Examining Ceiling Properties of Spaces

Ceiling Properties of Spaces

Examining Ceiling Materials

Using Ceiling Materials to define patterns

Creating Ceilings in Our Project

Creating Ceilings in Our Project

Structural Components

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Introducing Structural Components

An Introduction to columns, grids, beams and bracing

Creating Rectangular Column Grids

Creating rectangular column grids, using bay and other options

Creating Radial Column Grids

Creating radial column grids, using bay and other options

Modifying Column Grids

Modifying column grids by changing layout type and grid line location

Annotating Column Grids

Annotating column grids. Adding grid bubble labels

Adding Columns to a Column Grid

Adding columns to a column grid. Placing columns at all grid intersections

Creating Irregular Column Grids

Creating irregular column grids. Converting lines to grids

Using the Enhanced Custom Grid Tool

Using the Enhanced Custom Grid tool to create irregular grids

Understanding Structural Members and the Display System

Understanding structural members and the display system

Creating Column Grids

Creating column grids in our project

Exploring the Structural Member Catalog

Using the Structural member catalog to add column styles to the drawing

Accessing Structural Styles from Content Browser

Adding Structural styles from Content Browser not found in the member catalog

Utilizing the Structural Member Wizard

Using the Structural Member Wizard to create custom members

Creating Custom Columns

Creating custom columns from closed polylines

Adding and Modifying Columns

Adding and modifying columns. Placing columns and changing their styles

Adding Beams

Adding beams to existing column grids

Modifying Beams

Modifying beams by changing existing beam styles

Adding Beam Layouts

Adding beam layouts using the array option

Creating Structure

Creating structure in our project

Representing Bracing

Representing bracing in a column bay using Edit in Elevation

Building Exterior Components

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Introducing Building Exterior Components

An Introduction to Building Exterior Components

Creating Curtain Walls

Creating Curtain Walls using the standard style

Modifying Curtain Walls

Modifying Curtain Walls by editing or changing styles

Converting Other Objects into Curtain Walls

Create a Curtain Wall from Linework or Walls

Creating Curtain Walls in Our Project

Creating Curtain Walls in Our Project

Editing Curtain Walls in Place

Using Edit In Place to modify existing curtain walls

Creating Door and Window Assemblies

Creating Door/Window Assemblies to place multiple components

Modifying Door and Window Assemblies

Creating Door/Window Assemblies to place multiple components

Converting Other Objectsinto Door and Window Assemblies

Converting Other Objectsto Door and Window Assemblies

Creating Door and Window Assemblies in Our Project

Converting Other Objectsto Door and Window Assemblies

Creating Roofs

Creating Roofs using the standard style and various options

Modifying Roofs with Grips

Modifying Roofs with Grips

Modifying Roof Properties

Modifying Roofs Properties

Creating Roof Slabs

Creating Roof Slabs from existing roofs

Converting Other Objects into Roof Slabs and Adding Holes

Converting Other Objects to Roof Slabs and Adding Holes

Applying Edge Styles to Roof Slabs

Applying Edge Styles to Roof Slabs

Varying Roof Plate Heights

Changing a roof slab plate height and trimming it

Trimming and Mitering Roof Edges

Cleaning up roof intersections with the Roof Edit tools

Adding a Dormer Roof

Creating a dormer and cutting a roof opening

Creating the Roof in Our Project

Creating the Roof in Our Project

Understanding Building Components

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Reviewing Building Components Styles

An In-Depth Review of Building Components Styles

Configuring Wall Styles

An in-depth look at Wall Styles and how to configure their properties

Configuring Door Styles

An in-depth look at Door Styles and how to configure their properties

Configuring Window Styles

An in-depth look at Window Styles and how to configure their properties

Creating Stair Styles

An in-depth look at Stair Styles and how to configure their properties

Changing Railing Styles

An in-depth look at Railing Styles and how to configure their properties

Understanding Space Styles

An in-depth look at Space Styles and how to configure their properties

Configuring Slab Styles

An in-depth look at Slab Styles and how to configure their properties

Changing Slab Edge Styles

An in-depth look at Slab Edge Styles and how to configure their properties

Configuring Curtain Wall Styles

An in-depth look at Curtain Wall Styles and how to change their properties

Editing Door and Window Assembly Styles

How to edit the Door and Window Assembly Styles and configuring their properties

Setting Roof Slab Styles

How to set the Roof Slab Styles and configure their properties

Editing Section and Elevation Styles

How to edit the Section and ElevationStyles and configure their properties

Adding Components

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Introducing Components

An Introduction to Adding Components

Understanding and Using Multi-View Blocks

Understanding Multi-View Block terminology

Finding Multi-View Block Content

Using Content Browser to find more content

Placing Multi-View Blocks

How Multi-View Blocks change with view direction

Placing Multi-View Blocks Accurately

Accurate Placement of Components

Using Layout Curves and Anchors withMulti-View Blocks

Anchoring Components and Setting Location Relationships

Adding Fixtures to Ceiling Objects

Adding Fixtures to Ceilings and masking the ceiling

Representing Soffits with Wall Objects

Using Wall Objects base height and display to create soffits

Creating and Using Object Profiles

Creating a custom door style using a Profile object

Adding Components to Our Model

Placing furniture Components to Our Model

Working with Sections and Elevations

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IntroducingSections and Elevations

An Introduction to Sections and Elevations

Assembling the Building Model

Placing the Building Model on a site mass then creating sections and elevations

Setting Your Building on a Site

Using polylines and the Drape tool to create a site mass

Creating Elevations

Creating Elevations from the Home tab and Tool Palettes

Modifying Elevations

Modifying Elevations to add and remove objects

Creating Sections from the Section and Elevation Panel

Using the Section Line and Vertical Section tools

Creating Sections from the Callouts Palette

Creating Sections from the Callout Palette tools

Modifying Sections

Modifying Sections using contextual tools

Updating Changes to Sections and Elevations

Updating Changes to Sections and Elevations using contextual tools

Adding Visual Depth to Sections and Elevations

Using Section and Elevation subdivisions to add Visual Depth

Using Components and Design Rules with Sections and Elevations

Using section and elevation style rules to override the display of components by color

Working with Materials with Sections and Elevations

Understanding how materials display in elevation and section views

Creating Sections and Elevations from Our Model

Creating Sections and Elevations from Our Model

Annotating Drawings

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Introducing Annotation

An introduction to annotation

Using the Annotation Edit Scale List

Adding a new Annotative scale

Configuring Settings for Annotation

How the Drawing Setup dialog box works with Annotative scaling

Understanding Annotation Scale with AEC Objects

How AEC objects work with Annotative scaling

Scaling Wall Hatch Patterns

Controlling wall hatch patterns with Display representations

Coordinating Annotation Scale within Viewports

Using Annoautoscale with AEC Objects

Placing Text

The difference between Text placement using AutoCAD tools, versus AutoCAD Architecture tools

Placing Multileaders

The difference between Multileader placement using AutoCAD tools, versus AutoCAD Architecture tools

Setting Default Behavior forMText and Multileaders

Layer and other Controls when placing mtext and multi-leaders

Using Layer Key Overrides

Creating new layers using layer key overrides

Modifying Layer Key Overrides

Modifying layer standards in the Layer Properties Manager palette

Placing AEC Dimensions and AEC Dimension Styles

Placing AEC dimensions from the Walls contextual tab, and AEC dimension styles

Modifying AEC Dimensions

Using Grips to modifying AEC dimensions

Using Additional Dimensioning Tools

Copying and modifying AEC dimension styles

Creating Callouts for Annotation Only

Placing Callouts for annotation only without creating views

Applying Tags to Doors and Windows

How tags add property sets to doors and windows, plus placement properties

Applying Tags to Walls

How tags add property sets to walls, plus placement properties

Applying Room Tags to Spaces

How tags add property sets to spaces, plus placement properties

Applying Tags to Objects

How tags add property sets to objects, plus placement properties

Applying Labels to Column Grids

Automatically creating column grid labels in the Column Grid Labeling dialog box

Creating Schedules

Creating door and room schedules

Modifying Schedules

Reviewing Schedule styles, property sets, and data formats

Using Schedules to Find Items in Your Project

Using schedules to find specific objects, such as doors or rooms

Using Schedule Grouping and Subtotaling

Using grouping and subtotals to sort schedules

Placing Keynotes

Placing keynotes and selecting a keynoting database

Understanding Sheet versus Reference Keynotes

Understanding the uses for sheet and reference keynotes

Modifying Keynotes

Understanding the uses for sheet and reference keynotes

Placing Keynote Legends

Adding both a reference and sheet keynote legend to your drawings

Placing Annotation

Placing AEC Dimensions and Tags in our project

Detailing

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Introducing Detailing

Overview of the Detail Component Manager

Creating a Detail View Using Callouts

Using callouts to general a plan detail background

Using the Detail Component Manager

A review of the Detail Components Manager dialog box

Adding Detail Components

Creating a wall section using detail components

Modifying Details

Editing components placed from the Detail Component Manager

Using AEC Modify Tools

Working with special edit tools designed for AEC objects

Annotating a Detail

Adding keynotes to a Detail

Understanding the Display System

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Introducingthe Display System

Understanding what controls the "look" of objects

Using the Display Manager

An overview of the Display Manager dialog box

Modifying Drawing Default Display Representations

A review of how to control object components and the drawing default level

Modifying Style Display Representations

Changing the display of objects at the style level

Modifying Object Display Representations

Overriding style display at the object level

Understanding the Properties Palette Display Tab

Using the Display tab to override default, style, or object display

Understanding Display Sets

Learn what controls which objects display and which representation they use

Understanding Display Configurations

Learn how to change object display through configurations and the role of view direction

Controlling the Display of Multi-View Blocks

A review of how to control the display of multi-view blocks

Using Materials to Affect Display Representations

Using Materials to Affect Display Representations

Using AutoCAD Architecture Layer Tools

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Understanding the Layer Tools

Overview of using Layer Standards and Layer Key Styles

Managing Layers

Accessing standards in the Layer Properties Manager palette

Understanding Layer Standards

A review of layer standards in the Layer Properties Manager palette

Understanding Layer Key Styles

How Layer Key Styles control layer placement of objects

Creating Layer Filters

Creating layer filters in the Layer Properties Manager palette

Configuring Layer States

Using layer states to control object visibility

Loading Layer Key Styles

Loading layer key styles from other drawings

Creating a Layer Standard

Creating layer keys and overrides for controlling object placement

Using Layout Design Objects

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Introducing Layout Design Objects

Overview of Layout curves, grids, and anchors

Using AEC Modify Tools

Use special tools to relocate AEC objects

Using Layout Grids

A review of 2D and 3D layout grids

Using Layout Curves

Attaching layout curves to walls and polylines

Using Anchors

Using node anchors to place aec objects on layout curves and grids

Organizing Projects with the Drawing Management System

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Introducing Project Organization

Overview of Project Browser and Project Navigator

Exploring the Project Browser and the Project Navigator

Opening Project Browser and Project Navigator

Using the Project Browser

Project properties in Project Browser

Reviewing Options for AEC Project Defaults

Project properties in Project Browser

Creating a New Project

Creating a New Project

Understanding Project Navigator

Creating a New Project

Using the Project Tab of Project Navigator

Using the Project tab to create Levels and Divisions

Using the Remaining Tabs of Project Navigator

Review of the Constructs, Views, and Sheets tabs of Project Navigator

Adding Existing Drawings to Project Navigator

Using Windows Explorer to add new constructs to your project

Creating Constructs from Objects in Existing Drawings

Using objects from open drawings to create new Constructs

Creating Constructs from Other Constructs

Saving an open drawing as a Construct

Creating Elements

Saving an open drawing as an Element

Creating Plan Views

Creating new View files and associating with Levels

Creating Elevation Views

Creating elevation views and adding callouts to create named modelspace views

Creating Section Views

Creating section views and adding callouts to create named modelspace views

Annotating Views

Adding tags and dimensions to view files

Creating Schedule Views

Creating a door schedule in a view file

Managing Sheet Set Properties

Review Sheet set settings in Project Navigator

Creating Sheet Subsets

Creating subsets for Sheet files on the Sheets tab

Creating Sheets

Right-clicking on sheet subsets to create new sheets

CreatingNamed Model Space Views and Linking to Sheets

Create Named Model Space Views and Link to Sheets

Using Callouts to Create Named Model Space Views and Linking to Sheets

Placing callout boundaries, then dragging view onto sheet

Inserting a Sheet List Table

Right-click Sheet set name to create a sheet list table

Enabling and Configuring Project Standards

Setting up Project Standards in the Project Properties dialog box

Synchronizing Drawings and Projects

Using tools on the Manage tab, Project Standards panel

Generating Reports

Setting up and creating Audit and Audit Project Drawing Report

Publishing from the Project Navigator

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Introducing Publishing from the Project Navigator

Publishing from the Sheets tab of Project Navigator

Publishing Your Project

Publish options by right-clicking Project Name

Publishing with Subsets

Publish options by right-clicking Subset Name

Publishing Sheet Selections

Publish options by right-clicking selected sheets

Publishing with Overrides

Override options from the right-click menu

Creating Custom Styles and Components

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Introducing Creating Custom Styles and Components

Overview of custom door, window, door/window assemblies, curtain walls and multiview blocks

Editing Wall Styles

Creating a new style from an existing style

Creating Walls Using the Walls Style Browser

Creating a new style from existing style components

Understanding Wall Endcaps

A review of how endcap styles work

Using Endcap Styles for Wall Openings

Creating a new endcap style

Editing In-Place Wall and Wall Opening Endcaps

Activate the endcaps and edit them using grips

Configuring Design Rules for Door and Window Styles

Review of the style dialog tabs and creating a new door from an existing one

Adjusting Dimensions for Door and Window Styles

Review of the standard sizes tab in the style dialog box

Creating Custom Shapes for Door and Window Styles

Using blocks and profiles to create custom shapes

Adding Muntins to Door and Window Styles

Adding muntins from the display properties tab of the style dialog box

Examining Design Rules and Terminology for Door-Window Assemblies and Curtain Walls

A review of curtain wall grids, divisions, infills, frames and mullions

Examining Nested Grids in Curtain Walls

Creating a nested grid in a curtain wall

Creating a Custom Door-Window Assembly

Modifying element definitions to create a new style

Modifying Frames and Mullions in a Door-Window Assembly

Changing frame and mullion sizes

Creating a Custom Curtain Wall Unit

Customizing a curtain wall unit for use in a curtain wall

Creating a Custom Curtain Wall

Changing grids and infills to create a new style

Creating Style Overrides for Door-Window Assemblies and Curtain Walls

Applying in place overrides then transferring them to the style

Creating a Custom Curtain Wall in Our Project

Adding and modifying a curtain wall to our project

Creating Components for a Multi-View Block

Rules for block component creation for multi-view blocks

Assigning Component Visibility to Multi-View Blocks

Assigning block components to display representations and view directions

Scaling Annotation for Multi-View Blocks

Review of multi-view blocks and annotation scale

Graphic Presentation and Visualization

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Introducing Graphic Presentation and Visualization

Overview of creating sketches, perspectives and renderings

Exploring Visual Styles

How visual styles affect the appearance of objects

Adding a Camera

Creating perspectives using cameras

Slicing the Model

Creating a sectional isometric and perspective view

Using Napkin Sketch

Adding randomness to hard edge drawings

UsingDisplay Themes

Changing space colors by using design theme property sets

Rendering with AutoCAD Architecture

Review of many of the rendering settings

Defining Sun and Location Settings

Review of Sun and location settings

Adding Lights

Adding the various types of lights to the drawing

Adding a Camera and a Background

Creating a perspective view and adding a sky background

Rendering Settings

Using the render and render region tools

Using Materials on AEC Objects

The render components of AEC materials

Fine-Tuning Curved Objects

Option dialog box settings that affect object smoothness

Utilizing the Vision Tools

Working with the Escarpment, Display Order and Block Definition tools

Working with Others

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Introducing Working with Others

Overview of various ways to transfer data among programs

Importing Geometry and Data from Other Programs

Using ifc and revit created dwg files to create projects and drawings

Exporting Geometry and Data

Outputting to formats, such as ifc, gbxml, databases, and exploded dwg files

Troubleshooting

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Introducing Troubleshooting

Overview of resolving wall cleanup, schedule, and interface issues

Cleaning Up Walls

Using cleanup radius, endcap and grip editing to cleanup walls

Understanding the Question Marks in a Schedule

Review of how property sets and schedule styles work together

Restoring Panels and Tabs to the Ribbon

Adding and rearranging ribbon tabs

Restoring Hidden Messages and Tooltips

Adjusting tooltips and restoring infocenter prompts from the Options dialog box

Understanding Why Objects from the Tool Palettes Cannot Be Placed

Resetting the path for AEC Content

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