AutoCAD tips and tricks | 33 Tips Every AutoCAD User Should Know

AutoCAD tips and tricks | 33 Tips Every AutoCAD User Should Know

AutoCAD is one of the most used engineering programs across the globe. Here are the top 33 AutoCAD tricks and shortcuts from around the web! 

AutoCAD is one of the most used engineering programs across the world, and it’s likely that you have come in contact with the program sometime in your career.

autocad tips and tricks 2019
autocad tips and tricks 2019

SETUP & BASICS
1. Keyboard Shortcuts
2. Autosave
3. Quick Access Toolbar
4. Right-click
5. Layers
6. Draw Order

VIEWING
7. Zoom
8. Display Plot Styles
9. Shared Views

OBJECTS
10. Object Snaps
11. Isolate Objects
12. Move/Copy/Rotate
13. Associative Arrays
14. Dimensions

MODIFYING
15. Match Properties
16. Dynamic Blocks
17. Group
18. Explode Attributes
19. DWG Compare

ANNOTATION

20. Multiline Text
21. Spell Checker
22. Find and Replace
23. QuickCalc

DATA MANAGEMENT
24. External References
25. eTransmit
26. PDF Import
27. Sheet Set Manager

ECOSYSTEM
28. App Store
29. Specialized Toolsets
30. AutoCAD Web App
31. AutoCAD Mobile App

MINDSET 
32. Make Mistakes
33. You Do You

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Other Some important Tips of AUTOCAD

Tip 1. The Command “Laydel”. This will allow you to delete everything on a layer, even the most stubborn of layers. Won’t delete “Layer 0” or “Defpoints”.

Tip 2. When doing a corner use the fillet command. Instead of typing in a radious of “0”, you can just hold the “shift” key to automatically get a corner.

Tip 3. You can select and move multiple grips by holding down the shift key.

Tip 4. System default PEDITACCEPT. Set this to “1”. This will get rid of that annoying prompt when converting a line to a polyline.

Tip 5. Command “Texttofront”. brings all text to front

Tip 6. Command “Hatchtoback”. Guess what this does!

Sachin Thorat

Sachin is a B-TECH graduate in Mechanical Engineering from a reputed Engineering college. Currently, he is working in the sheet metal industry as a designer. Additionally, he has interested in Product Design, Animation, and Project design. He also likes to write articles related to the mechanical engineering field and tries to motivate other mechanical engineering students by his innovative project ideas, design, models and videos.

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