- 00:22 Import DXF/DWG files using Import Single DXF/DWG, looking at the Import Location options to centre the file on the drawing area
- 07:58 Referencing the DXF/DWG file rather than importing directly – what the advantages and disadvantages are
- 15:22 Moving the page area to line up with the imported file.
- 16:25 Rather than moving the page – move the referenced DXF/DWG file, so when you update the reference, it will stay in the same location, and you can crop the reference file to suit
- 22:00 How to convert to the next reference DXF/DWG when it has a different name
- 23:49 Importing the planting layer from another file and moving out to line up with the reference file
- 29:00 The manual on Project Sharing covers (SST_1605) covers referencing.
- 29:33 Sending your file to a consultant using DXF/DWG
- 34:40 Sending your file to another Vectorworks user and binding in the reference files
- 38:22 Locating the Project Sharing manual on the archoncad website
- 40:25 Creating a fence symbol to place along a boundary and how to make this follow the site model using Send to Surface
- 51:45 In NZ and Australia you can use the Draw Handrail tool to create a fence that follows the site model.
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