CADDManager on June 22nd, 2006

One of the concerns I have about AutoCAD training efforts and curriculum is that they forget to explain the WHY and move to the HOW to quickly. A lot of time may be spent teaching our users how to do the wrong things faster and better. Even if we improve their speed, they are still […]

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CADDManager on June 20th, 2006

Are you a subscriber? In this months issue… Calculating Return on Effort – How small updates equal major savings CAD Manager – your pain, everyone’s gain Sidetracked Users – When they should give up and move on – some problems may never get fixed Survey Says – Do you DWF or PDF? Go to the […]

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CADDManager on June 15th, 2006

Well at least the first four. I posted this article in AUGI Hot News for June 2006. If you look around you can see repeated patterns of CAD troubles.  People get themselves into trouble often by doing the same things.  As I observed these patterns of behavior, I came to understand that there is “nothing […]

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CADDManager on June 12th, 2006

Take the latest CAD Manager Survey! There are many places and ways to get training these days. Which ones are you using?

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CADDManager on June 9th, 2006

Even the most developed layer standard will have missing layers because each project may call for something special. When this happens, you should have general guidelines for creating layers as needed. Include in your CAD Standard a model for creating layers. The NCS has a great one that reflects the AIA layer guideline. Your standard […]

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