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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week

Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Incompatible Drawing Version

Eva Dierkes

This week we are going to cover how to convert AutoCAD drawings that are made with a newer version of AutoCAD to older versions and how to set older drawing versions as a default for saving drawings. When receiving a drawing from a person that has a newer AutoCAD version than yourself it can be hard to get in contact with them in time to change the drawing version, so it is nice to know how to change this yourself.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: PLATFORM,_PKSER and ACADVER Commands

Eva Dierkes

This week we are covering these 3 commands that help the user to get important information about the current AutoCAD System:

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Updating AutoCAD Blocks

Eva Dierkes

This week we are covering on how to batch change the attributes inside of AutoCAD blocks via Excel. This can be useful if you want to change a naming convention inside of the blocks (for example a numbering system) or to update information that was missing but is the same in all blocks.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Divide & Measure Commands

Eva Dierkes

This week's Promine's AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful tip to annotate an entity/object using the Divide & Measure commands.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: FILETABCLOSE & FILETAB Commands

Eva Dierkes

This tutorial explains how to use the AutoCAD tab management commands to quickly change between active drawings and remove the drawing selector when it is not needed.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: PLATDB Command

Eva Dierkes

This week’s Promine’s AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful trick to construct a take down back (TDB) in areas for truck dumping. This can be done using the PLATDB command.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Save and Insert Blocks

Eva Dierkes

The BLOCK command allows to save a drawing as a block. First, type in “BLOCK”, insert a block name and click “Pick point” to choose the base point of the block. Then, click “Select objects” and select the drawing you want to save as a block. Once the configuration is done, click “OK”.

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