Working with Tables in AutoCAD (201)
In Working with Tables in AutoCAD (201), you’ll learn how to use the advanced features of Tables in AutoCAD.
AutoCAD tables are compound objects that contain data in rows and columns – similar to Microsoft Excel. Tables can be created from an empty table, data derived from the drawing, or data linked to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
Tables contain rows and columns that create a group of individual cells that are designated by row numbers and column letters in which the cell resides. Learn More.
On completion of this course, users will be able to do the following:
– Create a Data Link between an AutoCAD Table to a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet
– Update the Data between AutoCAD Table and Excel
– Create Custom Tables
– Add information to tables