You can’t avoid layout sheets! You create them, access them, organize them, and plot them every day! Usually many times! Since you’re stuck with them, why not make them work to your advantage? Use the Sheet Set Manager! After all, it’s been around since AutoCAD 2005!
I’m happy to report that word is getting out and AutoCAD users around the world are increasing their productivity with sheet sets. Just since list night I received two emails from enthusiastic sheet set users on opposite sides of the globe.
John in Pennsylvania wrote “I sent an email out to the team with instructions on how/why to use sheet sets and everyone seems eager to try it. A few actually implemented it on their current projects already!”
Robert in Australia wrote “I’m sold on sheet sets”!
I use sheet sets all the time and wouldn’t want to do without them! Even if you only use the most basic sheet set functionality, it will make you more productive.
I’ve already provided extensive information about sheet sets in previous posts and videos. Even though I wrote/recorded that content on older releases, the same functionality applies (and is improved) in newer versions of AutoCAD. Take a look at the Sheets Happen document and don’t let its length discourage you (50 pgs). There are a lot of graphics! You can read one small section at a time (in order) and implement just that much of the functionality. If it takes you all year to fully implement sheet sets, don’t worry! You’ll immediately increase your productivity with every step along the way!