AutoCAD 2016 Essentials: Learn the Essentials


  • AutoCAD 2016 Essentials: Learn the Essentials, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • AutoCAD 2016 Essentials: Learn the Essentials, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • AutoCAD 2016 Essentials: Learn the Essentials, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • AutoCAD 2016 Essentials: Learn the Essentials, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • AutoCAD 2016 Essentials: Learn the Essentials, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • AutoCAD 2016 Essentials: Learn the Essentials, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course

Course Description

AutoCAD® 2016 - Essentials teaches the use of AutoCAD 2016 as a world-class 2D and 3D design application. Its innovative interface, in combination with its powerful 3D tools, allows users to create nearly any design imaginable. The systematic project management tools make it easy to keep track of even the most complicated projects, and it makes for efficient coordination with colleagues. Its documentation and presentation tools allow users to share impressive presentations for both collaborators and clients.

Master design and architecture with the help of Autodesk.

- Discover the different types of Autodesk applications
- Learn about the functions in each application and how to apply them
​- Sift out the different product to find which one suits your project
- Navigate the tools and features like a professional at the end of this course


Course Objectives

  1. Understand the AutoCAD Environment and Interface Customization
  2. Know about Drawing Basics, Parametric Drawing, and 3D Drawing
  3. Know Drafting Settings and Object Properties
  4. Understand the Display Control and Layer Management
  5. Able to utilize Measurement and Calculation Tools
  6. Understand about Complex and Annotation Objects
  7. Know about Modifying Objects using Manipulation, Alteration, and Grip Methods
  8. Understand about Dimensioning
  9. Know what are Blocks and Attributes
  10. Understand about External References and Reusable Content
  11. Know the Techniques and Tools for Sharing and Collaborating with Others


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Content

Course Resources

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Exercise File Download - Assessment

Getting Started

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Introducing the Start Tab

Understanding how to use the Start tab

Understanding How Tools are Organized

Understanding how tools are organized in the AutoCAD interface

Understanding Color Schemes

Switching between the Dark and Light color schemes

Switching Workspaces

Switching between current and existing workspaces

Adjusting Workspace Settings

Creating and saving workspace settings

Using the Application Menu

Exploring the commands in the Application Menu

Using the Quick Access Toolbar

Controlling the display and location of the Quick Access Toolbar

Using the InfoCenter

How to access and use various online tools

Using and Controlling the Help System

How to control the Help system and use Help while offline

Understanding Ribbon Fundamentals

Fundamentals of the ribbon, tabs and panels

Controlling the Display of the Ribbon

Controlling the display of the Ribbon

Changing the Location of the Ribbon

Changing the location of the Ribbon

Working with Floating Panels

Pulling panels off of a ribbon tab

Introducing the Status Bar

Understanding how to use the Status bar

Introducing the Drawing Grid

Introducing the drawing grid

Changing Screen Colors

Changing the colors of the drawing window elements

Working with User Profiles

Using Profiles to save colors and other configuration options

Working Within the Drawing Window

Working within the Drawing Window

Working with Multiple Drawings

Working with multiple drawing files at one time

Understanding Model and Layout Tabs

Drawing and printing concepts with Layouts

Understanding File Tabs

How to use file tabs to access open drawings

Understanding the Command Line

Controlling the location and display of the Command Line

Typing Commands

Typing commands and using AutoComplete and AutoCorrect

Understanding Dialog Box Fundamentals

Controlling the display of Dialog Boxes

Understanding Palette Fundamentals

Controlling the display and location of Palettes

Starting a New Drawing from a Template File

Using Template files to create a new drawing

Setting the Default Drawing Template File

Setting the default drawing template file for use by the QNEW command

Saving Drawings Using SAVE and QSAVE

Saving a drawing for the first time and then saving updates to the drawing

Saving Drawings Using QSAVE and SAVEAS

Saving your work and tracking change orders with SAVEAS

Understanding the Autosave Options

Setting and creating automatic save files

Understanding Backup Files

Creating a backup copy of your drawing file

Saving Drawings to Different Versions and Other Save Options

Controlling file format saves to earlier releases of AutoCAD

Opening Drawings in Partial Open and Read-Only Modes

Open and edit drawings in partial and read-only mode

Opening Drawings Using the Sheet Set Manager

Opening and editing drawing files from the Sheet Set Manager

Importing and Exporting DGN Files

Importing and exporting MicroStation DGN files

Using a Mouse in AutoCAD

Mouse buttons and functions within AutoCAD

Understanding the In-Canvas Viewport Controls

Understanding the three in-canvas viewport controls

Understanding the Navigation Bar

Controlling the display of the Navigation bar

Understanding the UCS Icon

Controlling the display of the UCSICON

Understanding the ViewCube

Controlling the display of the ViewCube

Understanding the SteeringWheels

Controlling the display of the SteeringWheels

2D Drawing Basics

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Drawing Lines Using the Command Line

Creating Lines using the Command Line

Drawing Lines Using Dynamic Input

Creating Lines using Dynamic Input

Drawing Lines Using the Right-Click Menu

Creating Lines using the options in the right-click menu

Repeating the Last Command

Using multiple methods to repeat the last command

Understanding Command Options

Choosing command options

Drawing Rectangles

Creating basic Rectangles

Drawing Rectangles Using the Area Option

Creating Rectangles using the Area option

Drawing Rectangles Using the Dimensions Option

Creating Rectangles using the Dimensions option

Drawing Rectangles Using the Rotation Option

Creating Rectangles at angles using the Rotation option

Drawing Rectangles with Fillets

Creating Rectangles with radius corners or rounds with the Fillet option

Drawing Rectangles with Chamfers

Creating Rectangles with cut corners with the Chamfer option

Drawing Rectangles Using the Width Option

Creating Rectangles with weight using the Width option

Resetting the Rectangle Default Options

How to reset Rectangle options to the default values

Using the Undo and Redo Commands

Using Undo to reverse the most recent action and Redo to reverse an Undo

Drawing Circles Using Radius and Diameter

Creating Circles by specifying a radius or diameter

Drawing 2 Point and 3 Point Circles

Creating a 2-Point Circle or 3-Point Circle

Drawing Circles Using the TTR and TTT Options

Creating a Tangent-Tangent-Tangent Circle or Tangent-Tangent-Radius Circle

Drawing Circles Using the Default Method

Creating Circles using default values

Drawing Arcs

Concepts on using 3 points to create an Arc object

Drawing Arcs by Specifying 3 Points

Creating an Arc object by specifying 3 points

Understanding Coordinate System Concepts

Understanding AutoCAD coordinate system concepts

Using Absolute Coordinates

Understanding AutoCAD Absolute coordinate locations

Using Relative Coordinates

Understanding AutoCAD Relative coordinate locations

Understanding Drawing Units and Angle Measurements

Understanding AutoCAD drawing units and angle measurements

Erasing Objects by Picking

Removing selected objects from the file by picking, using Erase or Modify Commands

Selecting Objects by Window and Crossing

Using Window and Crossing for selecting objects using the Erase or Modify Commands

Selecting Objects by Window Polygon and Crossing Polygon

Using Window Polygon and Crossing Polygon for selecting objects using Erase or Modify Commands

Selecting Objects by Fence and Last

Using Fence and Last as selection methods for using Erase or Modify Commands

Selecting Objects Using Undo and Previous

Using Undo and Previous as selection methods for using Erase or Modify Commands

Selecting Objects Using the Box Option

Using Box as a selection method for using Erase or Modify Commands

Selecting Objects Using Implied Selection

Selecting objects using implied selection before choosing a command

Selecting Objects Using a Lasso

Using a lasso to select objects

Selecting Objects Using Select Similar

Using the Select Similar tool to select objects that match selected objects

Adding New Objects Using Add Selected

Using the Add Selected tool to add new objects that match a selected object

Hiding and Isolating Objects

Using the Isolate tool to hide or isolate selected objects

Restoring Erased Objects with OOPS

Restoring Erased objects with OOPS

Selecting and Deselecting Objects

Removing selected objects from the selection set with SHIFT to Deselect Objects

Selecting All Objects

Selecting ALL objects in the drawing for Erase or Modify Commands

Controlling Selection Settings

Controlling Selection Setting Options

Using Selection Cycling

Selecting objects using object selection cycling

Drafting Settings

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Using and Adjusting the Grid

Setting and using Grid for accurate geometry creation

Using Snap Mode

Setting and using Snap for accurate geometry creation

Using Ortho Mode

Using Ortho for creating vertical and horizontal geometry

Using Direct Distance Entry and Dynamic Input

Using Direct Distance Entry and Dynamic Input for accurate geometry creation

Using Polar Tracking with Absolute Angles

Setting and using Polar Tracking for creating geometry at absolute angle measurements

Using Polar Tracking with Relative Angles

Setting and using Polar Tracking for creating geometry at relative angle measurements

Using Polar Tracking and Polar Snaps

Setting and using Polar Tracking and Polar Snaps for accurately creating geometry with angle measurements

Using Polar Tracking with Incremental and Additional Angles

Understanding the difference between incremental and additional Polar Tracking angles

Understanding Object Snap Concepts

Understanding the importance of using Object Snaps when creating or modifying geometry

Understanding Running Object Snaps

Setting and using additional Object Snaps for creating geometry accurately

Understanding Parallel Object Snap

Setting and using an Object Snap Parallel

Understanding Extension Object Snap

Setting and using an Object Snap Extension

Snapping to Closed Polylines

Snapping to the geometric center of a closed polygon or polyline

Using the Object Snap Overrides

Understanding how to access Object Snap Overrides with cursor menus

Using Object Snap Tracking from One Point Orthogonally

Using a single-point Object Snap Track for creating geometry accurately

Using Object Snap Tracking from Two Points Orthogonally

Using two or more Object Snap Tracking points for creating geometry accurately

Using Object Snap Tracking from One Point with Polar Angles

Using a single-point Object Snap Track for creating geometry accurately at any angle

Using Object Snap Tracking from Two Points with Polar Angles

Using two or more Object Snap Tracking points for creating geometry accurately while tracking at any angle

Using Object Snap Tracking with a Temporary Track Point

Tracking in two or more consecutive directions to locate a point

Using Object Snap Overrides with Mid Between 2 Points

Determining the middle between any two points

Using Options to Control Object Snap System Variables

Setting and controlling Object Snap system variables and settings

Display Control

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Zooming and Panning Using the Mouse Wheel

Controlling the operation of the wheel mouse

Using Real-Time Pan and Zoom

Using real-time Pan and real-time Zoom from the right-click cursor menu

Zooming Using the Ribbon

Using the Zoom options, including Extents, Window, Previous, Realtime, All, Dynamic, Scale, Center, Object, In and Out

Panning Using the Ribbon Panel

Using the Pan Command from the Ribbon Panel

Zooming and Panning Using the Navigation Bar

Using the Zoom and Pan Commands when accessed from the Navigation Bar

Using the View Back and View Forward Tools

Restoring views using the Back and Forward tools

Using the SteeringWheels

Enabling and using the 2D SteeringWheel

Creating Tiled Viewports

Creating and using Tiled Viewports

Naming Tiled Viewports

Saving a Tiled Viewport configuration and orientation

Resizing Tiled Viewports

Changing the size of tiled viewports

Using the View Manager to Restore Named Views

Using the View Manager to restore previously created named views

Managing Layers

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Introducing Layer Concepts

Understanding what layers are and how they are used in a drawing

Establishing the Current Layer

Making a Layer Current as the layer for creating geometry from the Layer Panel in the Ribbon

Understanding the On and Off Layer States

Turning a Layer On or Off to control the visibility of objects in the drawing

Understanding the Freeze and Thaw Layer States

Freezing or Thawing a Layer to control the visibility of objects and improve computer performance

Understanding the Unlock and Lock Layer States

Using the Unlock and Lock options to protect objects on Layers from being modified by accident

Understanding the Lock Layer Fade Control

Using Lock Layer Fade to control the opacity of objects on Locked Layers

Controlling the Layer Color

Setting the color of a Layer and the objects created with the property of color Bylayer

Introducing the Layer Properties Manager Palette

Managing Layer States and properties from the Layer Property Manager Palette

Adjusting Columns in the Layer Properties Manager

Controlling the display of Layer State columns in the Layer Property Manager Palette

Controlling the Linetype of a Layer

Loading and controlling the display of linetypes

Controlling the Transparency of a Layer

Controlling the transparency of layers

Controlling the Plot or No Plot Layer State

Setting the Plot and No Plot state for Layers that you want to see but do NOT want to print

Controlling the Viewport Freeze Layer State

Setting the Freeze visibility state for Layers in a viewport on a Layout for printing and plotting

Controlling the New Viewport Freeze Layer State

Setting a preset Freeze visibility state for any new viewports created on a Layout for printing and plotting

Creating a New Layer Frozen in All Viewports

Using tools in the Layer Manager to create a new layer frozen in all viewports

Freezing Layers in All But the Current Viewport

Using tools in the Layer Manager to freeze selected layers in all viewports except the current viewport

Freezing Layers in All Viewports

Using tools in the Layer Manager to freeze selected layers in all viewports

Thawing Layers in All Viewports

Using tools in the Layer Manager to thaw selected layers in all viewports

Isolating Selected Layers

Using tools in the Layer Manager to isolate selected layers

Merging Layers Using the Layer Properties Manager

Merging selected layers to a target layer and removing the merged layers from the drawing

Adjusting Other Layer Settings Using the Shortcut Menu

Using other tools in the Layer Manager shortcut menu

Controlling Other Layer States on a Per-Viewport Basis

Controlling the color, linetype, lineweight and transparency separately in each viewport

Creating a New Layer

Creating new Layers

Deleting a Layer

Removing unwanted Layers from your drawing file

Adding a Layer Description

Adding a Layer Description or note for identifying Layer use

Object Properties

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Understanding ByLayer and Object Property Concepts

How to determine the color, Linetype and Lineweight of an object

Setting the Color ByLayer

How to change the color of an object by changing the color of the Layer

Setting the Linetype ByLayer

How to change the Linetype of an object by changing the Linetype of the Layer

Setting the Lineweight ByLayer

How to change the Lineweight of an object by changing the Lineweight of the Layer

Setting the Transparency ByLayer

How to change the Transparency of an object by changing the Transparency of the Layer

Controlling the Object Color

How to create an object with a color other than the ByLayer

Controlling the Object Linetype

How to create an object with a Linetype other than ByLayer

Controlling the Object Lineweight

How to create an object with a Lineweight other than ByLayer

Controlling the Object Transparency

How to create an object with a Transparency other than ByLayer

Understanding Object Property Creation and Control

How to prepare your drawing file for Layers and objects created with different properties

Modifying Properties Using the Property Panel and Layer Panel

How to edit the properties of objects using the Layer and Property Panel in the Ribbon

Modifying Properties Using the Quick Property Palette

Changing the properties of objects using the Quick Property Palette

Controlling the Quick Property Palette Display Properties

Controlling the display and location of the Quick Property Panel

Modifying Properties Using the Properties Palette

Changing the properties of objects using the Properties Palette

Setting Object Properties to ByLayer

Changing the properties of objects back to ByLayer

Understanding In-Canvas Property Preview

Controlling and using the in-canvas property preview feature

Utility and Inquiry Tools

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Introducing the Measure Tools

An overview of applying Measure Tools for checking drawing accuracy

Measuring Distance

Using the Distance Measure Tool to verify the location of objects

Measuring the Area of a Space

Determining the area of a space using the Area Measure Tool by selecting points

Measuring the Area of an Object

Determining the area of an object using the Area Measure Tool by selecting a closed circle or polyline

Listing Selected Objects

Listing information about selected objects

Displaying the Coordinates of a Point

Displaying the coordinates of a selected point

Complex Objects

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Understanding Polyline Property Concepts

Understanding the basic properties of a Polyline

Drawing Polyline Line Segments

Creating a Polyline with line segments as a single closed object

Drawing Polyline Arc Segments

Creating a Polyline with lines and arc segments as a single closed object

Drawing Polylines with Variable Width

Creating a Polyline with width

Drawing Polylines Using Option Combinations

Creating a Polyline using the line, arc and width options

Drawing Donuts

Creating a filled circle or ring with the Donut Command

Drawing Inscribed Polygons

Creating an inscribed Polygon

Drawing Circumscribed Polygons

Creating a circumscribed Polygon

Drawing Polygons Using the Edge Option

Creating a Polygon by specifying two points to describe the length and angle of one edge

Editing Polylines Using the Close and Open Options

Using the Pedit Command to add/close or open/remove the last vertex segment of a Polyline

Editing Polylines to Join Selected Segments

Editing polyline or line segments into one continuous Polyline object

Editing Polylines to Join Multiple Segments

Editing polyline or line segments into one continuous Polyline object

Converting Lines into Polylines

Using the Pedit Command to convert lines and arc segments into a single Polyline

Converting Polylines into Fit and Spline Curves

Using the Pedit Command to convert polylines into arcs and calculated spline curves

Editing Polyline Vertices

Using the Pedit Command to edit the individual endpoints on a polyline

Exploding Polylines

Using the Explode Command to convert a Polyline into its base geometry of lines and arcs

Drawing Ellipses Using the Center Option

Creating an Ellipse by choosing its center point, axis endpoint or rotation about its major axis

Drawing Ellipses Using the Axis End Option

Creating an Ellipse by choosing two axis endpoints or rotation about its major axis

Drawing Isocircles

Creating an Isocircle with the Ellipse Command using an Isometric Grid and Snap setting

Drawing Elliptical Arcs

Creating an Ellipse Arc with the Ellipse Command

Drawing Points

Creating Points with Point, Divide and Measure Commands

Understanding Point Styles

Controlling the visibility of Points with Point Styles and using an Object Snap of Node

Drawing Splines

Creating splines

Editing Splines

Using the Splinedit command to modify splines

Modify Objects - Manipulation Commands

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Introducing the Manipulation Commands

Modifying an object without changing its physical properties

Using the Move Command

Selecting and moving objects a relative distance

Using the Move Command with Object Snap

Selecting and moving objects using Object Snap precision

Using the Move Command with Object Snap Tracking from One Point

Using one-point Object Snap Tracking to select and move objects precise distances from existing objects

Using the Move Command with Object Snap Tracking from Two Points

Using two-point Object Snap Tracking to select and move objects precise distances from existing objects

Using the Copy Command

Using the Copy Command to Copy and move objects a relative distance

Using the Copy Command with Object Snap

Selecting and copying objects using Object Snap precision

Using the Copy Command with Object Snap Tracking

Using Object Snap Tracking to select and move objects precise distances from existing objects

Using the Copy Command with the Array Option

Using the Copy command Array option to copy objects in a linear non-associative array

Using the Mirror Command

Selecting and creating mirrored copies of objects

Controlling Text Display with the Mirror Command

Controlling the display of mirrored text when using the Mirror command to copy objects

Controlling Hatch Display with the Mirror Command

Controlling the display of mirrored hatch objects when using the Mirror command to copy objects

Creating a Rectangular Array

Creating and modifying an associative rectangular array

Adjusting Rectangular Array Rows and Columns

Creating and adjusting the rows and columns in an associative rectangular array

Changing the Properties of Rectangular Arrays

Changing the properties of an associative rectangular array

Editing Array Source Objects

Editing the source objects in an associative rectangular array

Removing Items from the Array

Removing items from an associative rectangular array

Changing the Angle of Rectangular Arrays

Changing the angle of an associative rectangular array

Creating Associative and Non-Associative Arrays

Creating associative and non-associative arrays

Creating a Polar Array

Creating and modifying an associative polar array

Adjusting Polar Arrays

Changing the properties of an associative polar array

Creating a Path Array

Creating and modifying an associative path array

Changing the Base Point of a Path Array

Changing the base point of an associative path array

Changing the Path of a Path Array

Changing the path of an associative path array

Replacing Items within an Array

Replacing and modifying items within an associative path array

Using the Rotate Command

Using the Rotate Command to rotate objects to any rotation angle

Using the Rotate Command with a Reference Angle

Using the Rotate Command to rotate objects from any unknown angle to a known rotation angle with Reference

Using the Offset Command

Creating concentric copies of objects using the Offset Command

Offsetting Polylines with Fillets and Chamfers

Creating offset polylines that have filleted or chamfered corners

Using the Align Command

Using the Align Command to move, rotate and scale objects at the same time

Using the Reverse Command

Using the Reverse command to reverse the direction of objects

Creating and Working with Groups

Creating groups, adding objects to groups, and using the groups for manipulating objects

Modifying Groups

Modifying groups by making groups selectable, renaming a group, and deleting a group

Modify Objects - Alteration Commands

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Introducing Alteration Commands

Modifying an object by changing its physical properties

Breaking an Object at One Point

Breaking an object into two objects with Break at Point

Breaking an Object Between Two Points

Erasing a portion of an object with Break Two Points

Understanding Practical Uses for the Break Command

An application use for erasing a portion of an object with Break Two Points

Using the Trim Command with Pick Selection

Using Trim to erase a portion of an object where it intersects another object

Using the Trim Command with Fence Selection

Erasing a portion of multiple objects using a Fence selection

Using the Trim Command with Edge Extend Mode

Erasing a portion of an object using a cutting edge with an extend option

Using the Extend Command

Making a line or arc longer by extending it to another object

Using Extend and Trim Together

Using both Extend and Trim within the same command

Understanding Practical Uses for the Trim and Extend Commands

An application use for using Extend and Trim together

Using the Fillet Command with Fillet Radius

Applying a radius or a round between any two lines

Adding Fillets to Multiple Segments and Polylines

Applying multiple radius corners or rounds to Lines and Polylines

Using the Chamfer Command with Distance and Angle

Applying a Chamfer or line segment between any two existing line segments

Adding Chamfers to Multiple Segments and Polylines

Applying multiple Chamfers between all corners on a Polyline

Using the Blend Command

Using the Blend command to add a spline in the gap between two curves

Using the Stretch Command

Using Stretch to Move, Extend and Trim objects at the same time

Using the Join Command

Using Join to remove duplicate overlapping and gapping segments

Using the Lengthen Command

Increasing and decreasing the length of line and arc segments

Using the Explode Command

Converting Polylines, Blocks and Regions into base entities

Deleting Duplicate Objects

Removing duplicate of overlapping lines, arcs, and polylines

Using the Scale Command

Reducing or increasing the size of object and geometry

Using the Scale Command with Scale Reference

Scaling objects based on a known reference length

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UTAP Funding Eligible
  • SKU CRS-N-0035085
  • Duration 16 hr 3 mins
  • Skill level All Levels
  • Languages en_US


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