All the Not-to-Miss AutoCAD Events at AU Las Vegas 2019

Heather Miller

Hopefully by now, you’ve registered for Autodesk University Las Vegas 2019 and you’re counting down the days to November 19. As you get together your schedule, be sure to check out these not-to-miss AutoCAD events at AU. (And if you haven’t registered yet, these might just convince you to get going!)

AutoCAD Keynote

You surely don’t want to miss the AutoCAD keynote on Wednesday, November 20. Join the AutoCAD team to discover what’s new with AutoCAD across desktop, web, and mobile. Get a sneak peek into upcoming features and learn about the future of AutoCAD directly from our product leaders. Get more details and add it to your schedule here.

Meet the AutoCAD Team

Ready to see the faces behind AutoCAD and mingle with other AutoCAD users? Here’s your chance to meet the AutoCAD product and marketing teams for food, fun, and conversation on Thursday, November 21. Check out the details here.

AutoCAD Classes

And, of course, AU isn’t complete without tons of AutoCAD sessions and labs so you can go home with even more new skills and insights. Here are just a few to keep in mind for registration:

AutoCAD on Web and Mobile, Really? Yes, Much More Than One Would Expect! Tuesday, November 19, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.

AutoCAD product manager Kerry Ko and senior product manager Mayaan Gottleib want to show you how to really use AutoCAD anytime, anywhere. Grab this opportunity and register to discover how you and your team can leverage AutoCAD even further in today’s dynamic, always-on-the-go world. See the session details here.

Road Dogs: Mobile Apps for Design: Thursday, November 21, 2:45 – 3:45 p.m.

Jim Lapier will take you through the basics of adding cloud access to the AutoCAD mobile app, drawing new geometry, and modifying existing work, as well as pulling information such as dimensions and areas from your drawings. He’ll also cover best practices and access for non-AutoCAD users, as well as some additional apps that can be useful in the field. You can register for the class here.

Curing a Lack of Coordination—How to Use AutoCAD Sheet Sets: Thursday, November 21, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.

Do your documents suffer from a lack of coordination? Never fear because David S. Cohen is here to help! Learn how to use the Sheet Set Manager in AutoCAD software to manage and automate the creation of complete, organized sets of drawings. Check out the details to register for the session here.

How Project Navigator Can Help You Navigate Your Project: Thursday, November 21, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

So what’s the big difference between Project Navigator and the Sheet Set Manager? Autodesk’s Tiana Dame will explain! Learn the differences between using Project Navigator in the Architecture toolset versus the Sheet Set Manager and how different aspects of Project Navigator will help create a more efficient workflow and comprehensive projects. See the class registration and additional information here.

Reduce Errors by Creating Intelligent Sections and Elevations in AutoCAD Architecture: Wednesday, November 20, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

The name of this class says it all! Autodesk’s Sridhar Subramani will walk you through the workflows involving section and elevation views that can be used to improve productivity and reduce errors in building design. Anyone using the Architecture toolset won’t want to miss this one. Find the details and class registration here.

And that’s just the beginning! Check out the full list of AutoCAD classes here, the full schedule here, and how to register to attend here.

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