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Adding a New AutoCAD Electrical Database with AutoCAD Electrical

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We often get asked how to add information or catalog data into AutoCAD Electrical.  There are two different ways I go about adding this data.  In today’s post I look at one way of adding the data via AutoCAD Electrical last week I showed doing this with Microsoft Access.  On this topic also we recently hosted an AutoCAD Electrical User Group covering this option and more working with Electrical databases make sure to check that out I have the link listed below.

Video Link:
Adding a New AutoCAD Electrical Database with AutoCAD Electrical
User Group Recording Link:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/254289171

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Adding to AutoCAD Electrical’s Database with Microsoft Access

We often get asked how to add information or catalog data into AutoCAD Electrical.  There are two different ways I go about adding this data.  In today’s post I look at one way of adding the data via Microsoft Access.  On this topic also we recently hosted an AutoCAD Electrical User Group covering this option and more working with Electrical databases make sure to check that out I have the link listed below.

Video Link:
Adding to AutoCAD Electrical Database with Microsoft Access

User Group Recording Link:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/254289171

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AutoCAD Electrical – Rename Catalog Headers

I wanted to share a quick tip about the catalog database. When you have a lot of users you don’t have the time to explain what data should be entered into the USER1 property. So let’s rename it!

Video Link:
http://www.screencast.com/t/MWVhMTQ0
Blogged by Josh, Yet another CAD Geek

Electrical Adding Assemblies to the Catalog

This week is an extension from last weeks post working with the catalog database and adding parts and assemblies to it. You will find that the process is very similar to adding new part information but when working with assemblies you have a few more options to be aware of and also how to link the parts together that make up the entire assembly. The video will take you through the process. Remember if you have any questions about this post or any post or questions in general about working with AutoCAD Electrical you can post them at: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1798916&trk=hb_side_g

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