AutoCAD Blog: Mastering AutoCAD Sheet Sets - Creating Archive / Transmittal Sets
Mastering AutoCAD Sheet Sets - Creating Archive / Transmittal Sets
In the first post, R.K. McSwain introduced you to the Sheet Set Manager (SSM) and offered an overview of some of the advantages to using Sheet Sets.
In the second post, Heidi Hewett, Autodesk's AutoCAD Technical Marketing Manager, provided an overview of the general process from getting started with the most basic steps to implementing sheet sets for maximum efficiency.
In the third post, Heidi Hewett lead us through the steps for creating a new sheet set.
In the fourth post, Heidi Hewett described how to organize sheets using Sheet Set Manager.
In the fifth post, Heidi Hewett stepped us through the process for creating a Sheet List Table in a drawing so that you can easily access relevant sheets directly from the title sheet.
In the sixth post, Heidi Hewett explained how to import other drawings that you want included in the sheet set.
In the seventh post, Heidi Hewett focused on how to plot using default Page Setups within Sheet Set Manager.
In the eighth post, Heidi Hewett explored options on how to publish PDF and DWF files.
In this ninth post, Heidi Hewett demonstrates how to quickly create transmittal or archive sets for your sheet set.
- Creating a Transmittal Set
- Creating an Archive Set
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