old school

Command and Control ARCHICAD - Part 3

Ken

This is the third of a series of four #justthetip articles showing you how to master the primary keys you need to Command and Control ARCHICAD… in this article we will take a look at the Alt key and what it does in ARCHICAD.

The Alt key can be shown with a variety of symbols… alt, Alt, ALT or even Options on some older Apple keyboards!  The bottom line is they all mean the same thing!

Command and Control ARCHICAD - Part 2

Ken

This is the second of a series of four #justthetip articles showing you how to master the primary keys you need to Command and Control ARCHICAD… in this article we will take a look at the SHIFT key and what it can do for you!

Shift is one of those multi-function keys in ARCHICAD that performs a number of important tasks allowing you to select, deselect, constrain or act as a shortcut modifier.  In addition, the Shift key works identically on both Mac OS or Windows.

Command and Control ARCHICAD - Part 1

Ken

This is the first of a series of four #justthetip articles showing you how to master the primary keys you need to Command and Control ARCHICAD… and a clue to what these first keys are has just been given right there!

The first key we will look at is the Command or Control key depending on your operating system.  In the articles that will follow over the coming weeks, we will also look at Shift, Alt and the Spacebar.

Subscribe to RSS - old school
"Edgewood​ researched for a 3D based modeling software to further our client driven business model. One pleasant surprise after investing in ARCHICAD, is the support that BIM6x has provided over the years. BIM6x training programs and technical assistance have made the transition of architectural software seamless."

Marc Pecora- Edgewood Log Homes
Athol, ID
“Having used Revit and ARCHICAD extensively, I can without hesitation say that ARCHICAD is BIM for architects. The ease of workflow from pre-design to schematic design to construction documents makes it ideal. There are so many time saving features. The fact that I can collaborate globally with minimal setup and that I can create anything my imagination comes up with is a great benefit to my architectural practice.”

David Clayton, AIA – President, DEIV Architecture
Salt Lake City, UT