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Autodesk, PTC, and Dassault resources, videos, whitepapers, and blogs for building, architecture, civil engineering, manufacturing, and geospatial industries.

  • Self-Paced eLearning Platform: Tour4:45

    Self-Paced eLearning Platform: Tour

    Join us for a tour of ProductivityNOW: our robust self-directed eLearning platform for Autodesk software users, containing thousands of how-to documents.

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  • Improve Your Technical Documentation with ASCENT1:06

    Improve Your Technical Documentation with ASCENT

    Discover how ASCENT can help your organization develop superior documentation with help from our multi-disciplinary team of industry specialists skilled in technical writing, instructional design, mul

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  • Autodesk Instructors: Help is Here!

    Autodesk Instructors: Help is Here!

    Instructor Guides contain the same instructional content as a Learning Guide but also include answers to chapter review questions, timing suggestions to deliver the course and PPT presentation files.

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  • Targeted Learning Via Tailored Curriculum2:50

    Targeted Learning Via Tailored Curriculum

    Reach your training goals with tailored curriculum from ASCENT. See how you can improve learning outcomes with varying levels of customization for your team.

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  • eBooks Overview

    eBooks Overview

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  • Discover ASCENT2:09

    Discover ASCENT

    http://ascented.com | Join our 'tour' of ASCENT to discover how we support engineering professionals and students who need to advance their design engineering skills. ASCENT’s educational content

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  • Autodesk Certification Preparation Books from ASCENT2:21

    Autodesk Certification Preparation Books from ASCENT

    http://ascented.com/adskcertification To help you prepare for the Autodesk Certified Professional exams, ASCENT offers Official Certification Preparation books. Prepare for the Autodesk Professiona

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  • ASCENT's Professional Services2:34

    ASCENT's Professional Services

    Communicate complex information with tailored learning for your team, technical writing or editing for your product how-tos, or document creation. Watch this video to learn how ASCENT’s team can

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  • Autodesk InfraWorks 2023.1: Bridge Enhancements24:33

    Autodesk InfraWorks 2023.1: Bridge Enhancements

    Learn about the new features available in the Autodesk InfraWorks 2023.1 software release, while exploring enhancements to the bridge components. In this webcast we demonstrate the clipping planes, as

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  • File and Folder Naming Conventions: Tips and Examples

    File and Folder Naming Conventions: Tips and Examples

    The strength of a folder and file naming convention is dependent on the naming structure and the components you select to build the structure. Here are a few tips to consider when naming files.

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  • What’s in a Name? An Introduction to File Naming Conventions

    What’s in a Name? An Introduction to File Naming Conventions

    Get an introduction to file naming conventions for electronic documents

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  • Technical Writing Tip: Reformatting PowerPoint Slides

    Technical Writing Tip: Reformatting PowerPoint Slides

    See some helpful tips for reformatting PowerPoint slides

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  • What’s New in the Milling Toolpaths in Inventor 2023 CAM

    What’s New in the Milling Toolpaths in Inventor 2023 CAM

    Here is a list of new options I found helpful that you can now use in some of the Toolpaths in Inventor 2023 CAM

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  • Datum Targets Now Available in Inventor for Model-Based Definition

    Datum Targets Now Available in Inventor for Model-Based Definition

    Did you know that Inventor 2023 now enables you to create datum targets on your models that you can then subsequently incorporate into the creation of your tolerance features? Learn more in this blog.

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  • Technical Writing Tip: Placing Figure References

    Technical Writing Tip: Placing Figure References

    If you use figure references in your technical writing projects, keep reading for some helpful tips.

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  • InfraWorks for Architects: Putting your Designs in Context

    InfraWorks for Architects: Putting your Designs in Context

    Architects: See how to put your designs in context using Autodesk InfraWorks

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  • Working Effectively using Floating Windows in AutoCAD 202326:48

    Working Effectively using Floating Windows in AutoCAD 2023

    This webcast discusses an AutoCAD enhancement that provides users with an option to display multiple drawings side by side as floating windows in a single session of AutoCAD. Learn how to effectively

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  • Floating Windows in AutoCAD

    Floating Windows in AutoCAD

    Learn how the floating windows feature in AutoCAD can be used to increase efficiency while creating a new drawing by copying portions and and properties from an existing drawing.

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  • Getting to know the Home page in Autodesk Inventor

    Getting to know the Home page in Autodesk Inventor

    The Home page is the first thing that you see when you open Inventor 2023. Do you know how to use all of its tools and features? If not, read on!

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  • Scene Explorer in 3ds Max

    Scene Explorer in 3ds Max

    Managing, navigating, and selecting individual objects can become overwhelming in 3ds Max. To help, try using the Scene Explorer. Learn more in his helpful Blog.

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  • ASCENT: For All Your CAD Training Needs1:31

    ASCENT: For All Your CAD Training Needs

    ASCENT is a premiere Autodesk Authorized Publisher of professional learning materials for Autodesk, Dassault Systemes and PTC software users. With learning content available in print /eBook /online fo

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  • Technical Writing Tip: Punctuating Quotation Marks

    Technical Writing Tip: Punctuating Quotation Marks

    You probably use quotation marks, whether for dialog, quoted material, or setting off a word or phrase within a sentence. But where does punctuation fit in when using quotation marks?

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  • Instructional Writing: 6 Formatting Tips to Improve Readability

    Instructional Writing: 6 Formatting Tips to Improve Readability

    Formatting can keep your content well organized and reader-friendly. Here are 6 tips on how to use formatting to improve your instructions.

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  • Technical Writing Tip: Working with Lists

    Technical Writing Tip: Working with Lists

    Lists are a handy way to present information in a clear and concise manner as a way to make information easier to read and to break up large chunks of text. Here are a few tips for working with lists.

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  • What’s my best learning path to get started with Inventor CAM?

    What’s my best learning path to get started with Inventor CAM?

    Find out the best way to get started with Inventor CAM from the author of ASCENT's Inventor learning guides.

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  • Creating Arrays in AutoCAD 2023: Webcast Q&A

    Creating Arrays in AutoCAD 2023: Webcast Q&A

    Here are some of the questions that were asked during the AutoCAD Arrays webcast which should explain this feature a little further.

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  • 5 Top Tips for Writing Instructions

    5 Top Tips for Writing Instructions

    For instructional writing to be effective, the steps must be clear and easy to understand plus knowing your audience is key. Here are 5 tips on how to write instructions.

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  • Creating Arrays in AutoCAD23:39

    Creating Arrays in AutoCAD

    Learn how to generate copies of selected objects at fixed intervals of rows and columns, around a center point or along a path using the different Array commands in AutoCAD.

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