AutoCAD Tip: Convert MTEXT to Multileader

Jason Porter

Architecture and Engineering, All, AutoCAD, lisp, Manufacturing, text to multileader, Construction, Blog, fabrication 4 Comments

Recently I have had several calls asking if it was possible to convert regular MTEXT to a multileader.  Well, AutoCAD doesn't have the capabilities to do so, but I found a snazzy lisp routine years…

BIM and COBie

Michael Zeeveld

Architecture and Engineering, All, autodesk, Management, Model, Zeeveld, Construction, Consulting, BIM, Blog, COBie, Maintenance Leave a comment

A match made in heaven. Well maybe or maybe not. But when it comes to including data, moving it from one digital bucket to another, BIM and COBie can be a wonderful match. You may already know what…

BIM Requirements for Owners

Michael Zeeveld

Architecture and Engineering, All, Zeeveld, Construction, Consulting, BIM, Blog Leave a comment

Architects, Engineers and Contractors may cringe at the idea of some sort of rules, guidelines, requirements or specifications that insists they conduct or deliver their work in a specific way that…

Corridors Made Easy

Jason Porter

Architecture and Engineering, All, Tag, Tutorial, Blog, Corridors Leave a comment

Autodesk License Manager Installation Guide

Jason Porter

All, autodesk, ADLM, Installing, Network License, Setup, Autodesk Network License Manager, Blog, IT Services, Version Leave a comment

We here at Applied Software take many support calls from users who need help installing their network based software. We are always happy to assist, but there are times when companies decide it's…

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