This module focuses on the Layout Book, as well as options for placing and importing Drawings, plus printing and publishing drawings and layouts.
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In this ArchiCAD training lesson we examine the basic structure, usage and settings of the Layout Book. This includes the creation of new Layout sheets, the numbering of layouts, organization into Subsets, basic use of Master Layouts for title blocks, etc.
In this ArchiCAD training lesson we look at all the options available for Drawings placed on Layout Sheets.
In this ArchiCAD training lesson we look at all the options available for Drawing Titles, a surprising flexible and sophisticated system.
In this ArchiCAD training lesson we study the placement of Drawings onto Layout sheets, both from internal (inside the current project) and external sources (files of various types, including DWG, PDF, JPG or other graphic files, and other ArchiCAD projects).
In this ArchiCAD training lesson we look at the options available in Master Layouts to set up grid systems (typically used for sheets of details) and automatic drawing placement (often used when placing multiple interior elevations or similar drawings onto sheets in a single action).
In this ArchiCAD training lesson we look at one of the most fundamental functions of any design program: printing your work. There are flexible controls allowing you to print or plot part or all of a drawing, layout or layout book to a wide variety of devices in various scales and modes.
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