CADDManager on June 25th, 2007

I am currently on vacation, driving up the coast of Maine. Being from southern California, I seldom get to see such rugged coastline. Lighthouses, fishing ports, beautiful houses and plenty of seafood. It will be great! I just completed a very productive AUGI Board of Directors meeting in Waltham, MA, USA (Revit Central) where me […]

Continue reading about On Vacation

CADDManager on June 21st, 2007

Are you a subscriber? What kind of CAD Manager are you? Checking your management style Book Review – AutoCAD Architecture Training material Survey – CAD Manager Satisfaction Check out the latest issue…

Continue reading about CADD Manager Journal – June 2007

CADDManager on June 18th, 2007

Did you know that you can add RSS feeds directly into AutoCAD 2008? It is next to the InfoCenter in the upper right of the tool bars – Communication Center (the little picture that looks like a satellite dish) You can add the CADDManager blog to your list. Here is how… Click on the InfoCenter […]

Continue reading about Add Blog to AutoCAD 2008

CADDManager on June 13th, 2007

Right there on the menu bar is a new tool. InfoCenter provides access to multiple sources of information. You can enter keywords or a question for help, display the Communication Center panel for product updates and announcements, or display the Favorites panel to access saved topics. I typed in LTSCALE and got the following information […]

Continue reading about AutoCAD 2008 InfoCenter

CADDManager on June 12th, 2007

Opening up the old mail bag to take a look at some questions from readers… —- Hi, My company has heavily customized ADT2004, ALL the tool palettes, menus, toolbars, dimscale etc! When we jump to Architecture 2008 this year we would like to install it right out of the box and just add our Cad […]

Continue reading about From the Mail Bag

CADDManager on June 8th, 2007

Maybe you don’t want to get so involved that you have Autodesk collecting data from your PC. Maybe you don’t want to yap directly with developers. Well you could just send them an email. But who do you send it to? Here is a link to provide feedback to the team of your choice. Select […]

Continue reading about Email Autodesk

  What an opportunity!Want to provide more than 100K of random data snapshots of your work habits that the CIP colllects? You could provide direct feedback to Autodesk on their software and tools. They are always looking for people who want to participate. Guru or Newbie – they need them all. It is called Usability […]

Continue reading about Autodesk Usability Feedback – More ways to be involved

What is scarier than Autodesk? – A Lot! By choosing to be involved in the CIP (Customer Involvement Program), then you are choosing to have Autodesk collects some random information from you. They use this information to learn about your PC configuration and what type of machine you are using. According to one of the […]

Continue reading about Customer Involvement Program – not so scary after all!

CADDManager on June 5th, 2007

Well here is something interesting… If you do a mix of interactions with Autodesk, then they may be able to find out who you are. Is that a concern to you? You may not be anonymous if you submit trouble reports and get involved with the Customer Involvement Program. The Customer Involvement Program (CIP) is […]

Continue reading about More Customer Involvement Program Notes