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November 19, 2012
If you have registered for AU, remember to stop by our booth #516 for a special customer appreciation gift.
If you are not going to AU, you can still get all the learning for free! You can attend AU2012 virtually as they stream live and also choose the catalogue courses to attend. All you need to do is create a free Autodesk University account and log in.
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We hope you join us next week either in person or online.
And don’t forget, our very own Todd Schmoock and Jim Swain are presenting sessions. Don’t forget to check them out.
Todd Schmoock: From Nothing to Something in AutoCAD Electrical (Hands on Lab)
Thursday, November 29, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Come to this hands-on lab and learn how to create a project, make schematic and panel drawings, and run reports. You will see it, feel it, and love it because you will do all of this from scratch! After this class, you will have the confidence to create AutoCAD Electrical projects and drawings at your company. Even if you haven’t purchased AutoCAD Electrical yet, you will see how it will work in your company.
Jim Swain – Best of Both: Combining Tools from AutoCAD and AutoCAD Mechanical
Wednesday, November 28, 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
How can you take select tools from Mechanical and integrate them in your existing AutoCAD world? By tweaking Mechanical of course! Learn how to set up Mechanical and your template files to use your existing styles and layers. See how to bring these settings into existing drawings
seamlessly. It is only a few clicks away.
And no matter what sessions you attend, I am sure you will walk away with some information you did not have before.