Have you ever wanted to create a new drawing and have all your text styles, dimension styles, layers, units, and other drawing settings already setup and ready to go?
Templates in AutoCAD can help with that. Using templates is the most efficient way to create a new drawing.
In this Have You Tried, we’ll go over:
- What can be saved in a template
- Using existing templates
- Opening and saving a template
- Changing the default template for a new drawing
- Editing and testing template
- Importing styles and layers from DesignCenter
Learn more about how templates can improve your productivity and enforce drawing standards with step-by-step examples in the Have You Tried: Working With Templates topic.
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