• Architect Special Interest Group June 2017 (pm)

    In this session, we looked at bringing customized dimensions into a project from another file and at how to work with wall heights, including how to modify or remove wall peaks.

  • Getting Started Special Interest Group February 2017

    In this session we looked at creating text, dimensions, and annotations. Should you put all of your text and annotations on the design layer or should they will go in the annotation part of the viewport. It’s a good idea to be consistent and it also depends on how you…

  • epodcast200 – Create Dimension Standards

    When you create a Dimension Standard you will find that it is only in the file you created it. Unlike other resources, Dimension Standards cannot be exported to your library. They also do not appear in the Resource Manager. However, you can import Dimension Standards from  another file.  When you…

  • Architect Special Interest Group June 2016 (pm)

    In this session we looked at what information should be stored in a tempalte file and what should be stored in Default Content.

  • Vectorworks Tip 357 – Moving Associative Dimensions

      A couple of my clients have complained about the Associative Dimensioning in Vectorworks. I never seem to have trouble with associative dimensions or with moving them. But then again, I have been using Vectorworks so long that I can sometimes forget what it is like for others that are…

  • Vectorworks Tip 291 – Moving Dimension Text

      Beginner – Even if you get the dimension line in the correct location, you might want to move the dimension text. Use the Selection tool to relocate the dimension text to the required location.

  • Vectorworks Tip 287 – Moving a Dimension Line

    Beginner – You can’t always get your dimensions in the correct location the first time you place them, so you need to be able to move the dimension line to suit the drawing later. Use the Selection tool to relocate the dimension line.

  • Architect_069 Architect Special Interest Group May 2015 (am)

    +In this session we looked at the problem of scanning a large drawing and getting it into Vectorworks. The answer is to use Photoshop to photomerge the smaller scans into a large scan, then import that into Vectoworks. There is an extended podcast that covers this.  Then we looked at…

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