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Tips & Tricks — Don’t make a new reference file clipping boundary.

Just change the one that’s there. Rick Sewell, beloved CAD ace, helps CAD users every day. Give him a call and find out how you can save time on your projects. By Rick Sewell, Axiom’s Resident Service Genius So you have your clip set up all nice and neat. Then you’re told that you must

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MicroStation Tips & Tricks: Plotting a 3D Reference as a 3D PDF

By Rick Sewell, Axiom Director of Customer Services Rick Sewell, beloved CAD ace, lives to help CAD users get their projects done on time. He really lives for this stuff. Give him a call and put him to the test. If you want to impress your co-workers and superiors, then provide them with a 3D

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10 Tricks with MicroStation Reference Attachments

These video tutorials will save you time. Ed Mendoza, veteran CAD Professional and Axiom Learning Expert, provides tips from his storehouse of experience. What if every time you had to work with MicroStation reference attachments you had a few tricks up your sleeve that made your work easier and could save you minutes or even

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MicroStation Tips & Tricks: Load Your Favorite MicroStation V8i Command Fast with a Function Key

By Rick Sewell, Axiom Director of Customer Services Rick Sewell, beloved CAD ace, lives to help CAD users get their projects done on time. He really lives for this stuff. Give him a call and put him to the test. Busy MicroStation users are always on the lookout for faster ways to get work done.

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Tips & Tricks — Create more MicroStation screen real estate.

By Rick Sewell It seems that for every project that requires design work there are special menus that you have to use, certain palettes you need to keep open — not to mention the usual main menus you keep open all the time. Sometimes you cover more of your screen with menus than you do

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10 Secrets for Better MicroStation–AutoCAD Translations

Which ones could you use? Rick DeWitt, Axiom’s senior product manager, has spent countless hours translating tens of thousands of files and recently released ten of his top secrets on how to reduce the mess when translating between MicroStation and AutoCAD.

Tips & Tricks: How to Create Multi-page PDFs Directly from MicroStation!

Rick Sewell, beloved CAD ace, lives to help CAD users get their projects done on time. He really lives for this stuff. Give him a call and put him to the test. By Rick Sewell, Axiom Director of Customer Services Here in Axiom Support Land, people regularly ask us if we have a tool that

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Revit Architecture 2013 — Extending a Roof Over a New Wing

This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to easily to extend a roof over a new wing addition to a house. The tutorial is just one of the videos found in our AutoCAD 2013 AutoCAD 2013 Upgrade Library. Flexible. Searchable. Affordable Find out you how you can produce more … faster … by having the exact

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Top 10 Forgotten MicroStation Commands

Which ones do you know? MicroStation has what, a gazillion commands? I’d place bets that no one actually knows all of them. I’d also place bets that no one really needs to know them either. (Might make for a good reality TV show of engineers, if the rest of the population were smart enough to

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Tips & Tricks: Change Your Element Information Display

By Rick Sewell, Axiom Director of Customer Services Rick Sewell, beloved CAD ace, lives to help CAD users get their projects done on time. By Rick Sewell, Axiom Director of Customer Services For years, you’ve been using the Element Information tool to see what kind of stuff your elements are made of. While you usually

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