Showing posts with label Sheet Set Manager. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sheet Set Manager. Show all posts

Monday, March 3, 2014

SSMPropEditor 5.1 released

JTB World’s SSMPropEditor version 5.1 is now available. If you use the Sheet Set Manager in AutoCAD this app can save you a lot of time with its ability to index sheets, increment property values and edit Sheet Properties or Sheet Custom Properties on multiple sheets at the same time.

The main news in this release are:

  • Added Polish language.

  • 30-day trial added without need to request a trial license.
  • Added ability to drag and drop a DST file into SSMPropEditor to open the Sheet Set.
  • Improved performance while exporting and importing to and from Excel.
  • Added functionality to rename matching XML file when renaming sheets belonging to Project Navigator.

For more details see the revision history.

Download SSMPropEditor and give it a try.

If you are interested in other useful AutoCAD apps take a look at SmartPurger, JTB Sheet Set Creator, HVACPAC, HTools, AutoCAD Automation Tools, DigSigStamp, Batch Publish for AutoCAD, DimensionPatrol, TransTips or OffsetInXref.

If you need any custom app created, small or large, for AutoCAD and its verticals or Revit you are welcome to contact us.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

JTB Sheet Set Creator app for AutoCAD

JTB Sheet Set Creator is an add-in for AutoCAD from JTB World that creates new Sheet Sets and Sheets based on an Excel template. If you often create new Sheet Sets JTB Sheet Set Creator can save you a lot of time and efforts.

  • Sheet Set Properties can be populated.

  • Sheet Set Custom Properties can be defined, created and populated.

  • Sheet Properties can be populated.
  • Sheet Custom Properties can be defined, created and populated.

  • Sheets (drawings) can be defined, created and have their properties populated.

When ready the Sheet Set can be opened within AutoCAD.

Download trial and learn more about this app on the JTB Sheet Set Creator page. JTB Sheet Set Creator Trial can also be downloaded and installed as an app from the Autodesk Exchange Apps site.

JTB World also have these AutoCAD Sheet Set related apps. SSMPropEditor, DST converter and Sheet Set Manager Path Edit

If you are interested in other useful AutoCAD helper functions take a look at DigSigStamp, Batch Publish for AutoCAD, DimensionPatrol, TransTips or OffsetInXref.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Where is my AutoCAD Palette and how can I restore it?

I got this question and wanted to share the solution.

I am missing my sheet set manager window. I wanted to ask if you had any tips on getting it to return. Type SSM, command line acts like its visible but its not. I feel like its minimized somewhere but I cant find it. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.

Examples of windows or palettes that can disappear (usually outside the visible area of the screen) are Sheet Set Manager (SSM), Design Feed, Tool Palette, Layer Properties Manager, DesignCenter (ADC), External References (Xref ESW), Markup Set Manager, Visual Styles Manager, command line, Quickcalc, Object Properties (OPM), Drawing Recovery Manager, Block Authoring Palette, Parameters Manager. You can fix or edit the coordinates of these in either FixedProfile.aws or Profile.aws files. These files are XML files and can be edited in an XML editor or Notepad.

You can also delete the file as AutoCAD will create a new one with the default settings next time AutoCAD is run.

Only edit this file when AutoCAD is not running. Make a backup of it just in case.
%APPDATA%\Autodesk\AutoCAD 2014\R19.1\enu\Support\Profiles\FixedProfile.aws
or

%APPDATA%\Autodesk\AutoCAD 2014\R19.1\enu\Support\Profiles\<Profile>\Profile.aws

AutoCAD 2014\R19.1\enu are parts of the path that is different depending on AutoCAD version, vertical and language.

<Profile> is the name of the AutoCAD profile. Default is “Unnamed Profile”.

Wondering what %APPDATA% is?
In XP: C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data
In Vista/W7/W8/W8.1: C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming

Here is an example of a small part of what it might look like in the aws file:

<Tool CLSID="{BEBBB318-2898-4C03-ADA2-360DC6B7AA69}">
    <CAdUiDockControlBar Orientation="-1" AllowDocking="1">
        <FloatInfo Left="44" Top="208" Width="230" Height="384"/><DockInfo Left="0" Top="0" Width="0" Height="0" MRUDockID="0"/></CAdUiDockControlBar>
    <CAdUiPaletteSet ActivePaletteIndex="0" TitleBarLocation="0" AutoRollup="1" Name="Sheet Set Manager" Style="46" Opacity="100" RolloverOpacity="100" Visible="1"/>

And it is quite obvious that the location of the palette is determined by Left and Top values.

Tawfik mentioned in a comment also another solution. Start a command that shows the palette in question, hold down Alt and press Space, then press M and finally use the arrows to move the palette.

See also Clear sticky Sheet Sets from Recent Documents List in AutoCAD and Palette Auto-hide Speed as AutoCAD app

Thursday, April 11, 2013

SSMPropEditor 5.0 as AutoCAD app

SSMPropEditor 5.0 is now available as an AutoCAD app. SSMPropEditor is the Sheet Set Manager Properties Editor for AutoCAD based products.

SSMPropEditor 5.0 can now be downloaded and installed as an app from the Autodesk Exchange Apps site. Purchase is also available through this site as well as from JTB World’s SSMPropEditor site.

Right now I noticed that it was featured on AutoCAD 2014’s welcome page.

In AutoCAD 2014 there is also a Featured Apps tab where I found it showing up.

When installed, SSMPropEditor will show up on the Plug-ins tab.

For details about the release of SSMPropEditor 5.0 see this post here.

Visit the SSMPropEditor page for all about the product and give the free trial a try.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

SSMPropEditor 5.0 released

SSMPropEditor is the Sheet Set Manager Properties Editor for AutoCAD based products and SSMPropEditor 5.0 is now available and comes with the addition of localization for Italian, direct export and import to and from Excel and more.

The upgrade is free for customers that purchased an earlier version.
Get the downloads here.

SSMPropEditor as AutoCAD app will be available later this month.

Contact us to get a time limited license file for free.

See also SSMPropEditor 4.6 released and SSMPropEditor as AutoCAD app.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Learning To Use AutoCAD Sheet Sets Training Video

Sheet Set Manager in AutoCAD can be really useful to manage sets of drawings or sheets.

In this AutoCAD Sheet Sets training course, Autodesk CAD expert Brian Benton will show you how to create and manage Sheet Sets for your CAD projects, making you more efficient and organized. This tutorial is for users that already have a working knowledge of AutoCAD and want to get more organized and efficient. Sheet Sets are a way for you to organize your CAD sheets from one or more sets drawings. Brian will show you to how create Sheet Sets, and how to manage them in a way that will make organizing your projects much easier. You will learn how to automate data and info exchange with powerful properties, apply Sheet Sets to manage your projects, print and publish your Sheet Sets, and finally how to archive and submit your Sheet Sets. By the conclusion of this computer based training video for AutoCAD Sheet Sets, you will have a greater understanding of how to use Sheet Sets to effectively organize your projects and CAD drawings. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons. 3.25 hours and 37 lessons.

The video is available here as download or DVD.

Sample Movie Links and Table of Contents:

00. Free Videos From This Course
	What You Will Learn
	About The Author
	Typical Uses And Advantages
	Getting Sheet Set Properties Into Your Drawings
	The Single Most Advantage To Using Sheet Sets Is Printing
	What To Do With Your Electronic Files?
1. What You Will Learn 
	0101 What You Will Learn
2. Introducing AutoCAD Sheet Sets 
	0201 Introducing Sheet Sets
	0202 Typical Uses And Advantages
	0203 The Sheet Set Manager
	0204 Sheets
	0205 Subsets
	0206 Publishing And Exporting
	0207 Properties
3. Creating A Sheet Set 
	0301 Where To Start
	0302 Starting With A Blank Sheet Set - Inserting Layouts
	0303 Create A Sheet Set From A Template
	0304 Advantages To Both Methods And My Recommendations
4. Automating Data/Info Exchange 
	0401 The Power Of Sheet Sets Is In Properties 
	0402 Getting Sheet Set Properties Into Your Drawings
	0403 Default Properties
	0404 Custom Properties
	0405 The Differences And Uses Of Sheet Properties
	 And Set Properties
	0406 Sheet Views
	0407 Using Sheet Views And Their Benefits
	0408 Sheet List Table
5. Project Management 
	0501 Use A Sheet Set Template And A Drawing Template
	0502 Prepare You Title Block For Sheet Sets
	0503 Put Page Setups In Your Template File
	0504 Put Project Data In Custom Sheet Set Properties
	0505 Creating New Files With The SSM
	0506 Folders
6. Plot/Print Publish 
	0601 The Single Most Advantage To Using
	 Sheet Sets Is Printing
	0602 Print To DWF, PDF, Plotter
	0603 Publishing
	0604 Miscellaneous Printing/Publishing Options
	0605 Sheet Set Publish Options And Subset Publishing
	0606 Page Setup Overrides
7. Submitting And/Or Archiving Files/Drawings 
	0701 What To Do With Your Electronic Files?
	0702 eTransmit
	0703 Archiving With The Sheet Set Manager
	0704 Transmittal Setups
8. About The Author 
	0801 About The Author

And there are more Learning Resources Books Training Videos eBooks available.

To further help with the usage of Sheet Set Manager try our SSMPropEditor for free.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

BricsCAD Sheet Set improvements and fixes

Almost two months ago BricsCAD Sheet Set functionality was added and I was not impressed. BricsCAD v13.1.11 is the most recent version but in BricsCAD v13.1.10 there were some improvements in this area:

SHEET SETS:

  • New Sheet dialog:
    • added browse buttons for folder path and layout template.
    • new number is entered automatically, based on current number of sheets and using the new 'SheetNumberLeadingZeroes' preference
    • import from existing drawings: new sheets are automatically numbered, the sheet title can now be the drawing name, layout name or both.
    • when creating new sheets, custom sheet properties are now copied into the new sheet(s).
  • Edit Custom properties: adding, editing and removing sheetset and sheet custom properties.
  • when a sheet is opened, paths are now being resolved (dst: NewSheetLocation, DefDwtLayout; dwg: AcSheetSetData).
  • a sheet can now be associated with another layout, when it is opened and the drawing is not found.
  • when creating a new subset, the parent subset's properties are now copied into the new subset.
  • Sheetset fields sometimes failed to update correctly.
  • when changing a property in a subset that contains nested subsets, the user is asked if he wants to apply the same change to the nested subsets.
  • Explorer: removed "Prompt for Template" property from sheetset/subset property view.
  • Explorer: added "New Subset" to the sheet context menu for inserting a new subset between existing sheets.
  • added automatic backup of DST files upon opening, controlled by the 'SheetSetAutoBackup' preference.
  • added sheetset XML import/export.

Version 13.1.6 included this fix:

SHEET SETS: fields failed to update.

Version 13.1.7 included these fixes:

SR37041 - Sheet Sets:

  • When a sheetset was modified 'Save changes?' dialog now appears before the Drawing Explorer closes; a Cancel button was added; when 'No' is chosen, the sheetset tree branch is restored to its original contents.
  • Improved finding the dst for for drawings coming from another location.

Version 13.1.8 included these fixes:

SR37058 - SHEET SETS:

  • Sheet sets coming from another location (or older application version) can contain paths that do not exist on the current system. These paths are now resolved as much as possible upon opening of the sheetset.
  • New Sheet Set dialog:
    • reorganized pages
    • display nested subsets
    • display subsets also when creating sheetset from existing drawings
    • added context menu to layout list for selecting none/all/first of drawing
  • Field dialog: sheetset fields value was not displayed unless one of the format types was selected.
  • Added 'total number of sheets' to sheetset properties and sheetset fields: SheetSet.SheetCount and Subset.SheetCount (BricsCAD-only field types).

Via BricsCAD Release Notes.

Want to do more with Sheet Sets? Check out JTB World’s SSMPropEditor.

See also Sheet Set Manager Sheet Views in AutoCAD

Monday, October 29, 2012

Sheet Set Manager Sheet Views in AutoCAD

AutoCAD’s Sheet Set Manager (SSM) can be used to just manage Sheets and their title blocks in a Sheet Set but there is also functionality to manage callouts and view labels.

A view on one sheet can refer to a view on another sheet. Hyperlinks of callouts makes it possible to quickly open the sheet that is referenced by the callout zooming into the view. There can be multiple callouts referring to one sheet view and when the sheet view is renamed and renumbered this will be reflected on all callouts.

Sheet Set Manager is now included also in AutoCAD LT since the 2012 version.

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Here is what AutoCAD’s documentation says about Sheet Views:

A view on a sheet, called a sheet view, consists of several coincident entities:

  • an xref or geometry in model space
  • a layout viewport on a sheet
  • a named view in paper space

The Sheet Set Manager automates and enhances the process for adding views to a sheet.

  • The sheet view can display model space from a different drawing file. In this case, that drawing is attached as an xref in your current drawing. The layers of that drawing file are displayed only in the sheet view that you create.

    Note The xref is attached using a relative path. If you need to change the path to a fully specified (absolute) path, use the External References palette.

  • A layout viewport that displays the model space view is created on your current sheet.
  • A named view that encompasses the area of the layout viewport is created in paper space.

When you place a sheet view on a sheet, all the layers in the current drawing (including layer 0) are frozen in the new viewport created by the view. The layers are shown as frozen in the VP Freeze column of the Layer Properties Manager.

If you need to remove a sheet view from a sheet, you can delete the layout viewport to remove the view. However, to remove all unused items, you need to detach the xref and delete the named paper space view.

Note! The easiest method for removing a sheet view immediately after placing it is to use UNDO.

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A prerequisite for creating Sheet Views is that there is at least one location added to Model Views tab in SSM.

Then the models need named modelspace views that can be created with the VIEW command. Only sheet views created in AutoCAD 2005 or later are listed on the Sheet Views tab. Then they will show up like this.

Right click on a Model View and select Place on Sheet or drag and drop it into a sheet that you have open. This will create a viewport based on the view boundaries on the layout of the sheet, attach the model as an xref taking layer visibility into account and add a view label with its insertion point at the lower left corner of the viewport.

Before the view is placed you have an option to select the view scale. Just move the mouse over the blank sheet and the preview of the view. Right-click and a list of scale options appears where you you can select a scale.

Having placed a Sheet View on a Sheet you can double click on the View found on the Sheet Views tab in SSM.

One problem with moving the viewport in AutoCAD is that the actual view often get distorted as seen below showing much more than needed.

The Sheet Views are named Layout Views views on steroids. They can be edited and deleted with the View command. Note that Viewport association is Yes. Viewport association displays whether the named view is associated with a viewport on a sheet in a sheet set. It is not possible to create a new view in View Manager to have a viewport association or to change an existing view if Viewport association is set to No as it is greyed out. A limitation is that changing the view on the master drawing after a view has been placed on a sheet will not either update the view as expected.

In SSM right click on the view and you get the options to Display, Rename & Renumber, Set category, Place Callout Block and Place View Label Block.

After using Rename & Renumber the Sheet View name can be different than the name of the view that shows up in View Manager and the other way around.

To delete a sheet view just erase the viewport and its view label block. This will leave the callouts not knowing what sheet view to point on. The xref to the model needs also to be detached manually if not needed longer.

A general warning is to never overwrite fields (text with gray background) like the one seen when double clicking on a sheet view label block. Doing that will break the smart link that the field holds.

What if you want to move the sheet view to another sheet? If you take CUTCLIP and PASTECLIP of the viewport and view label block you will notice that the xref to the model view is not included and the linked callouts will not know where to go and so on. Right now the way to do it is more or less manually recreating the sheet view and its callouts.

There is still a lot of room for improvements to the Sheet Set Manager within AutoCAD as you will notice if you try to use it to the full. But even with the existing functionalities it can help to ease your AutoCAD life.

JTB World’s SSMPropEditor can be a useful complement to the Sheet Set Manager. At this point there is no support for handling sheet views but if you have this need feel free to let me know and it might be added in a future version. We are also able to do other kind of Sheet Set Manager customizations based on user requests.

Monday, October 15, 2012

BricsCAD Sheet Set functionality added

The new BricsCAD (Windows) version 13.1.5 has got Sheet Set Manager functionality added.

I downloaded the trial to make a quick test of it.

During the test I got several problems, bugs, crashes and error messages…

and found that it is only a small subset of AutoCAD’s Sheet Set Manager functionality that has been added and not everything has been done correct either.

BricsCAD also hijacked my DST files.

I could not find a way to create custom properties for example. I expect there will be several fixes in upcoming versions to rectify these things. If I were a BricsCAD user I would be very hesitant to start using the Sheet Set functionality until it is more stable.

The good news is that our SSMPropEditor seems to work fine with the Sheet Set DST files BricsCAD creates or edits. Thus any BricsCAD user that want to for example edit properties on multiple sheets at once will find SSMPropEditor beneficial.

Monday, September 3, 2012

SSMPropEditor 4.6 released

SSMPropEditor is the Sheet Set Manager Properties Editor for AutoCAD based products and SSMPropEditor 4.6 is now available and comes with the addition of localization for Spanish and French as well as some bug fixes.

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The upgrade is free for customers that purchased any earlier version. Get the downloads here.

Contact us to get a time limited license file for free.

See also SSMPropEditor 4.5 released and SSMPropEditor as AutoCAD app.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

SSMPropEditor as AutoCAD app

SSMPropEditor (Sheet Set Manager Properties Editor) is now available as an AutoCAD app on Autodesk Exchange Apps site both as a trial and to purchase.

Autodesk Exchange Apps

Direct links to the apps:

When SSMPropEditor as AutoCAD app (or AutoCAD plug-in) has been used for installation the application will automatically load in AutoCAD and also add the SSMPropEditor panel to the Ribbon tab Plug-ins. In AutoCAD 2013 if a drawing has an associated sheet set it will be opened in SSMPropEditor and if pressing F1 while hovering over the icon on the Ribbon the help file is opened. Commands defined for AutoCAD are SSMPropEditor (starts the application), SSMPropEditorAppShortcuts (will create shortcut to the program in the Windows Start menu or on the desktop) and SSMPropEditorHelp (opens the local help file).

Contact us to get a time limited license file for free.

See also SSMPropEditor 4.5 released

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

SSMPropEditor 4.5 released

Here are the main news in SSMPropEditor 4.5 that now is available.

  • Added compatibility for AutoCAD 2013
  • Start Sheet Set associated with the current drawing when started from AutoCAD.
  • Start Sheet Set by specifying DST file as argument when running the SSMPropEditor.exe.
  • Bug fixes.

SSMPropEditor is a Sheet Set Manager (SSM) Properties Editor. With SSMPropEditor you can edit  Sheet Properties and Sheet Custom Properties on multiple sheets belonging to AutoCAD's Sheet Set Manager (SSM) or AutoCAD Architecture's Project Navigator (PN) Sheet Set View. AutoCAD is not even needed needed to use SSMPropEditor.

The upgrade is free for customers that purchased any earlier version. Get the downloads here.

Contact us to get a time limited license file for free.

The video shows an older version but the GUI and functionality showed is still the same.

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

AutoCAD 2012 Hotfix for Sheet Set Manager performance issue

This hotfix will help with the network utilization traffic caused when using Sheet Set Manager (SSM) files with AutoCAD 2012-based products over a SMB (Server Message Block) V2 Network configuration.  Consult the readme file for installation instructions. Be sure to install the correct update (32-bit or 64-bit) for your software. Note: You must install AutoCAD 2012 Service Pack 1 before you apply this hotfix. Downloads found in this Knowledge Base document: DL18751298.

If you use SSM consider our SSMPropEditor that even users without AutoCAD can use to update Sheet Set and Sheet Properties.

Monday, February 6, 2012

SSMPropEditor 4.4.2 released

SSMPropEditor is a Sheet Set Manager (SSM) Properties Editor. With SSMPropEditor you can edit  Sheet Properties and Sheet Custom Properties on multiple sheets belonging to AutoCAD's Sheet Set Manager (SSM) or AutoCAD Architecture's Project Navigator (PN) Sheet Set View. AutoCAD is not even needed needed to use SSMPropEditor.

Tip: Do you have a sheet set with a bunch of custom properties and another sheet set that you want them in too? SSMPropEditor will create the needed properties when using the Paste Properties button. No need to manually recreate all properties within SSM.

The upgrade is free for customers that purchased any earlier version.

Contact us to get a time limited license file for free.

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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Sheet Set Manager for AutoCAD LT videos

Kate Morrical, LT Unlimited has put together some videos showing usage of Sheet Set Manager usage in AutoCAD LT.

  1. Introduction to the Sheet Set Manager
  2. Creating Sheet Sets from Existing Drawings
  3. Organize and Display Sheet Lists
  4. Use a Sheet Set to Plot Drawings
  5. Create Transmittal & Archive Sets
  6. Add Layouts to an Existing Sheet Set
  7. Use a Sheet Set to Create New Drawings
  8. Add Content to Sheets
  9. Place View Labels
  10. Automate View Label Data
  11. Automate Callout Label Data
  12. Create Custom Properties
  13. Automate Title Block Data

But if you would like to edit properties on multiple sheets SSMPropEditor can save a lot of manual work. Change properties like a revision, date or name on two or more sheets at the same time something that cannot be done using only Sheet Set Manager.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

SSMPropEditor 4.4.1

SSMPropEditor version 4.4.1 is now available. If you use AutoCAD’s Sheet Set Manager you will have a hard time to not justify using SSMPropEditor. Give it a try for free and see for yourself.

Fixed problems in 4.4.1.

  • Fixed path issue with export.
  • Fixed problem to remove some of the paths.
  • Fixed browsing for sheet path.

Would you like also to have access to Sheet View information? If so, what would you like to do in SSMPropEditor?

Sheet Views View by sheet.

Sheet Views View by category.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Some useful Autodesk news

Kate Morrical, Autodesk has AutoCAD Sheet Set Manager resources available like the Introduction to the Sheet Set Manager video aimed for AutoCAD LT users.

Kate also says: The AutoCAD LT team would like to talk to people who are interested in or have thoughts on web-hosted CAD programs, where you run the program over the internet instead of on your desktop. If interested visit Need some more opinions and email her.

Aurodesk have made available the Autodesk 2012 Content Explorer Service Hot Fix as a .msp that will accept flags when executed from the command line: msiexec /p contentservicehotfix.msp /qn
See Autodesk 2012 Content Explorer Service Hot Fix – Silent Install?

If you ever get this error below the solution might be to re-apply the Windows 7 Service Pack 1.
Unable to run AutoCAD. This may be due to one of the following reasons:
1) This version of AutoCAD was not installed properly.
2) You do not have sufficient rights to run AutoCAD.

Up and Ready has this tip. When extracting the installers for Autodesk products, keep the destination folder name as the default. i.e. C:\Autodesk. If not the paths might be too long and you get the error: Some files could not be created. Please close all applications, reboot Windows and restart this installation.

Also found on Up and Ready. Do not stop or disable the LanmanServer service. If you do AutoCAD 2012 will lockup or freeze and it will probably affect other programs as well.

The Server service supports file, print, and named-pipe sharing over the network for this computer. If this service is stopped, these functions will be unavailable. If this service is disabled, any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start.

Windows system requirements for the Autodesk Network License Manager for Autodesk’s 2012 products. You want to know the current system requirements for the Autodesk Network License Manager on the Windows platform. See TS17796070

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Autodesk University 2011 early registration

AU members can register now for AU 2011, one week ahead of general registration. Autodesk University 2011 comes with more than 650 classes and Innovation Forums that are designed to help you visualize, optimize...and revolutionize the way you work.

I’m a Speaker for one of the virtual classes going live November 29, 2011. Welcome to register for it after November 1!

CM3943 Autodesk® Network License Manager

Class Audience

CAD/IT managers and advanced users with CAD/IT management responsibilities for network licenses

Class Description

The class is for anyone that want to learn how to manage network licenses. Learn the steps to install and configure Autodesk Network License Manager, use Options file to define groups to be allowed or denied usage or reserve licenses for, command-line tools, troubleshoot and diagnose problems, optimization, limit borrowing, upgrade licenses, find out current users and how to create usage reports. Most tasks needed to know managing network licenses will be covered. This will benefit everyone new to network licenses and those that want to learn more.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

SSMPropEditor 4.4 released

SSMPropEditor is a Sheet Set Manager Properties Editor. Edit properties on multiple sheets belonging to AutoCAD's Sheet Set Manager (SSM) or AutoCAD Architecture's Project Navigator (PN) Sheet Set View with ease.

If you have a sheet set with a bunch of custom properties and another sheet set that you want them in SSMPropEditor will create the needed properties when using the Paste Properties button. No need to manually recreate all properties within SSM.

The upgrade is free for customers that purchased any earlier version.

Contact us to get a time limited license file for free.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

AU 2011 Class Catalog Preview Is Now Available

The AU 2011 preview catalog is now available.  You can find it here. Registration goes live for AU members on August 30.

I will hold one Virtual class that goes live November 29, 2011. Registering starts November 1.

CM3943 Autodesk® Network License Manager

Class Audience

CAD/IT managers and advanced users with CAD/IT management responsibilities for network licenses

Class Description

The class is for anyone that want to learn how to manage network licenses. Learn the steps to install and configure Autodesk Network License Manager, use Options file to define groups to be allowed or denied usage or reserve licenses for, command-line tools, troubleshoot and diagnose problems, optimization, limit borrowing, upgrade licenses, find out current users and how to create usage reports. Most tasks needed to know managing network licenses will be covered. This will benefit everyone new to network licenses and those that want to learn more.


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