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Today at 11:54:04 AM by autodesknadine | Views: 3 | Comments: 0
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Yesterday at 09:55:06 PM by CaddMan22 | Views: 36 | Comments: 3
I have a new laptop. Now when I draw or edit a fitting the dialoge box pops up on my 2nd monitor instead of my main monitor where my cad is on. Is the a setting in cad that controls this ?
Yesterday at 05:36:38 PM by Marty | Views: 60 | Comments: 2
Since 07/02/15 and on a constant basis now, each batch will repeat their plate numbers in one way shape or form.
I have just recently noticed that as I nest, all my NC numbers are repeating thems...
July 03, 2015, 05:01:34 PM by Tadasana | Views: 91 | Comments: 3
I don't know what setting I must have changed, but yesterday my drawing became all messed up. When I try to view the duct in an isometric view, only a slice of it appears. Also, when drawing in plan...
July 03, 2015, 02:03:26 PM by plumb76 | Views: 79 | Comments: 1
I have been shown how to do this once before by a great instructor , but if you don't use it you loose it. The first time I go to select a service they are all expanded, and I hate scrolling thru the...
Technical Support Specialist - MEP Fabrication (CAMduct) - UK, Germany or USA by autodesknadine
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Re: Controller Startup by dexyweescot
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Re: NC numbers repeating themselves by Sirius
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Re: Help with Flex insulation needed... by davidratx
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Re: Fitting pop-up window by DTND
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