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AutoCAD Electrical 2016 Tutorial

A professionally created, self-study video training course
Includes 12 hours of easy to follow AutoCAD Electrical 2016 video tutorials presented by an industry expert.
The training is delivered to your desktop allowing you to learn at a time that suits you and at your own pace.
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  • Tutor: Andy Roe
  • Duration: 12 hours
  • Video lessons: 152
  • Product code: 24717
  • In stock: YES
  • Available on: DVD
  • Work files included: YES
  • Works on: MS Windows PC & Mac
  • Date Released: 1st October 2015
Join expert ACE trainer Andy Roe as he takes you on a tour through the powerful tools and features you have at your disposal to create intricate CAD designs with the help of these Beginners AutoCAD Electrical 2016 tutorial videos.

Using step-by-step training videos, expert tutor Andy provides clear and concise explanations and demonstrations of the complete toolset, the innovative new features for the 2016 release, and some valuable workflow techniques that will boost your skills and productivity.

Through over twelve hours of professionally created video training, the tuition includes a tour of the interface, an overview of the drafting settings, lessons on using layers, learning schematic wiring, schematic reporting explained, panel layouts, making use of the automation tools and so much more.

The complete training course contents are listed below and you can start learning right away, click any of the blue linked lessons for sample AutoCAD Electrical 2016 video tutorials and discover how effective this practical teaching guide is...
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Managing the Part Catalog Database
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Getting Started
Introducing AutoCAD Electrical
Understanding the Application Menu
Understanding the Quick Access Toolbar
Understanding the Ribbon Interface
Using Design Feed
Using and Controlling the Help System

Projects
Using the Project Manager
Creating New Projects with Project Manager
Organizing Project Lists
Creating a New Drawing
Creating Descriptions for the Project Drawing List
Plotting From Drawing Lists
Moving Through Project Drawings in Order
Opening and Activating Projects
Copying Projects

Schematic Wiring
Understanding Wires and Wire Type Layers
Inserting Wires
Trimming Wires
Inserting Ladders
Revising Ladders
Referencing Ladders
Wiring Tools
Wiring with the Multiple Bus Tool
Numbering Wires
Assigning Wire Numbers Automatically
Editing Wire Numbers
Numbering Wires and Leader Configuration
Inserting Destination Signal Arrows
Linking Destination and Source Signal Arrows
Inserting Source Signal Arrows and Linking

Schematic Components
Using the Icon Menu Interface
Inserting a Component and Configuring its Description
Using the Insert Edit Components Catalog
Insertingand Linking Child Components
Creating a Panel List of Schematic Components
Inserting Schematic Components from Lists - Completing the Insertion Process
Inserting Multiple Schematic Components from Lists
Inserting Multiple Schematic Components from an Equipment List
Inserting Schematic Components from a Catalog
Inserting Connectors
Configuring Connector Options
Understanding Terminals
Assigning Terminal Block Properties
Creating and Editing Terminal Jumpers
Using Terminal Associations
Working with Circuits
Creating Multiple-Phase Circuits

Schematic Editing
Using the Location Editing Commands
Modifying Components
Editing Using a Location Box
Copying Part Numbers and Location Codes
Swapping Blocks
Updating Blocks and Using Library Swap
Using the Auditing Tools
Updating and Retagging Drawings

Schematic Reports
Creating Schematic Reports
Formatting Schematic Report Options
Changing the Report Format
Producing a Report
Creating Wiring Reports
Publishing Drawings

Panel Layouts
Comparing Schematic Symbols and Panel Symbols
Creating Panel Layouts by Inserting Footprints
Inserting Footprints from a Schematic List
Inserting Multiple Footprints
Inserting Nameplates into Panel Layouts
Using the DIN Rail Tool
Using the Terminal Strip Editor
Using the Terminal Strip Editing Tools
Using the Spares and Accessories Tools in the Terminal Strip Editor
Updating Terminal Data with the Terminal Strip Editor
Inserting Tabular Terminal Charts Using the Terminal Strip Editor
Inserting Jumper Charts Using the Terminal Strip Editor
Configuring Panel Layout Annotation
Annotating Panel Layouts and Reports
Creating a Bill of Material Panel Report

Settings and Configurations
Creating Wire Types
Creating Wire Types with Advanced Options
Modifying Wire Types
Creating Wire Type Layer Overrides
Importing Wire Types
Using Reference Files
Using the Environment File
Configuring the Drawing Settings
Configuring Settings for Component Tags
Setting the Wire Number Options
Defining Cross-References
Setting the Default Styles
Setting the Drawing Format Options
Understanding the Configuration Block
Creating Project Settings
Accessing Project Options
Comparing Project and Drawing Properties
Creating Drawing Templates
Modifying Drawing Templates

Custom Components
Naming Schematic Symbols
Reviewing Schematic Symbol Templates
Configuring the Symbol Builder
Reviewing the Symbol Builder Environment
Inserting Attributes in the Symbol Builder
Inserting Wire Connections for Symbol Builder
Using the Symbol Builder Tools
Using the Icon Menu Wizard
Adding Components Using the Icon Menu Wizard
Adding Submenus to the Icon Menu Wizard
Defining Panel Footprint Symbols
Creating Panel Footprint Symbols
Adding Panel Footprints to a Database
Inserting Panel Footprints from a List

Custom Data
Managing the Part Catalog Database
Adding Part Catalog Numbers to the Database
Adding a Catalog Subassembly to the Database
Adding Multiple Catalog Part Numbers to a Single Component
Using the Pin List Database
Editing the Pin List Database
Editing the Terminal Block Properties Database
Understanding Title Block Attributes
Mapping Title Blocks to Internal Attributes
Mapping Title Blocks to an External File
Updating Title Block Attributes

Automation Tools
Updating Schematics from Spreadsheets
Creating Report Format Files
Generating Automatic Reports

PLC Modules
Understanding PLC Components and Inserting Standalone PLC Points
Inserting Fixed PLC I-O Modules
Inserting Parametric PLC I-O Modules
Working with Breaks in PLC Modules
Using the PLC Database File Editor
Annotating Terminals and Settings in the PLC Database File Editor
Setting Attribute Data in the PLC Database File Editor
Applying PLC I-O Address-Based Tagging
Using the Spreadsheet to PLC I-O Utility - Setup
Using the Spreadsheet to PLC I-O Utility - Layout

Miscellaneous Advanced Tools
Adding Wire Sequences
Adding Wire Annotation to Footprints
Using Cable Marker Symbols
Inserting Wire Fan In-Out Source Signals
Adding Cable Markers
Inserting Wire Fan In-Out Destination Signals and Cable Reports
Using the Circuit Builder
Inserting a Circuit Using the Circuit Builder
Configuring Circuits Using the Circuit Builder
Recalculating Wire Size Using the Circuit Builder
Using Templates for the Circuit Builder
Using the Circuit Builder Spreadsheet
Inserting a Custom Circuit Using the Circuit Builder
Using the Electrical Standards Database Editor
Working with Peer-to-Peer Style Drawings
Linking Schematic Components to Peer Components with the Same Tag
Linking Schematic Components to Peer Components with a Different Tag
Using One-Line Components with No Wire Numbers
Exporting Data to Other Applications
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