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November 27, 2013
This month we started a new monthly event to offer an additional learning format for tools you use every day. Synergis60 gives a short overview of the topic of the month, and then we open the lines to take questions from you so that you get the information you need. Topics cover the range of Autodesk tools with tips, tricks, features, implementation and more.
We created a short Synergis60 survey to vote on a topic we list or suggest some of your own. We want to serve you with the topics that will help you stay ahead, so please take that survey now.
In November, we kicked off Synergis60 with “Inventor: Beyond the Essentials”, in which Mark Lancaster, Synergis Helpdesk Technician, reviewed many features that are not always covered in the Inventor Essentials course. He also went over a lot of design best practices to create smarter models so that you are not running into issues later.
The next Synergis60 will take place on December 10 at 11 am on configuring the Revit server. We get a lot of questions around this, so we wanted to give you a chance to see an overview of the best practices and then answer your questions. When you register, enter any specific questions you might have on this topic in the form. It is a long topic so we would like to make sure our focus is what would benefit you the most.
What do you need to know? Whether it is Revit, Civil 3D, AutoCAD, Vault or any Autodesk product, let us know what we can do to help you stay ahead.
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