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Navisworks 2010 Getting Started Guide

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NavisWorks Roamer - Design Systems & Technologies

Table of Contents 1. Overview ................................................................................................................................. 2. File Management ..................................................................................................................... 2.1. File Menu .....................................................................................................................2 2.2. New Files .....................................................................................................................2 2.3. Opening Files ................................................................................................................3 2.4. Appending Files ............................................................................................................3 2.5. Saving Files ..................................................................................................................4 2.6. Saving and Renaming Files ........................................................................................... 4 2.7. Publishing Files .............................................................................................................5 2.8. Printing .........................................................................................................................5 2.8.1. Printing the Current Viewpoint ............................................................................. 5 2.8.2. Previewing Printouts ...........................................................................................5 2.8.3. Setting up printouts ............................................................................................. 6 2.9. Deleting Files ................................................................................................................6 2.10. Emailing Files .............................................................................................................6 2.11. Exporting Files ............................................................................................................7 2.11.1. Exporting to a Bitmap ........................................................................................ 7 2.11.2. Exporting to a JPEG ......................................................................................... 8 2.11.3. Exporting to a Piranesi Epix format .................................................................... 9 2.11.4. Exporting to a an .avi ........................................................................................ 9 2.11.5. Controlling the size of an image ......................................................................... 10 2.12. Quitting NavisWorks ....................................................................................................11 3. Converting Files

REAL ESTATE - CADTECH Ltd | Autodesk Silver Partner

AutoCAD AutoCAD® software, one of the world’s leading 2D and 3D CAD design tools: Explore; Document; Communicate; Customise More Information » AutoCAD LT AutoCAD LT® drafting and detailing software: Document; Collaborate; Optimise; Drawing tools; Modify objects; Annotate drawings; DWG file format; Publish & plot More Information » Autodesk Navisworks Freedom Autodesk® Navisworks® products for integrated project management: Combine project data into a single model for whole-project review; Examine the project model from every angle; Review 3D projects regardless of file size or format; Facilitate easier project reviews; Publish the project to an easily distributed compressed file; Link model data and project schedules to plan project activities; Create realistic images and animations to improve understanding; Find clashes and interferences before building begins More Information » Autodesk Navisworks Simulate Autodesk® Navisworks® products for integrated project management: Combine project data into a single model for whole-project review; Examine the project model from every angle; Review 3D projects regardless of file size or format; Facilitate easier project reviews; Publish the project to an easily distributed compressed file; Link model data and project schedules to plan project activities; Create realistic images and animations to...

Autodesk® Navisworks® 2013
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Autodesk® Navisworks® Manage 2013 software and Autodesk® Navisworks® Simulate 2013 software and Autodesk® Navisworks® Freedom 2013 software Simulation Integration Communication Project Simulation & Coordination Streamlined Team Workflows Enhanced Collaboration   Native Revit® File Support  Grids & Levels  Improved Selection Tools  Additional File Format Support  4D / Scheduling Improvements  5D / Cost Simulation  Clash Detection Enhancements* * Available in Navisworks Manage Only © 2012 Autodesk Vault Integration Enhancements  Freedom Enhancements Simulation © 2012 Autodesk Project Simulation & Coordination Autodesk Navisworks Manage 2013 Autodesk Navisworks Simulate 2013 4D Scheduling Improvements  Drag-and-drop sets/selections/objects to tasks  Model-based schedule creation    Auto-add tasks from sets, respecting folder hierarchy Export task hierarchy to Microsoft® Project XML Use as initial schedule template in scheduling applications  Editable task hierarchy  Improved user interface Save time creating and managing a project schedule © 2012 Autodesk Project Simulation & Coordination Autodesk Navisworks Manage 2013 Autodesk Navisworks Simulate 2013 5D Analysis  Associate costs with schedule tasks  Material, labor, equipment, subcontractor, and total costs  Simulate accrued costs over project duration Communicate & understand costs at any time during project execution © 2012 Autodesk

GOALS SHEET - 48 Days, LLC.
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If nothing changed in your life over the next 5 years, would that be OK? If you want different results next year, what are you willing to change in what you are doing now? There is considerable evidence to indicate that expectations of your future do, in fact, tend to create your future. People usually end up pretty much where they expect. It seems reasonable then, to spend some time determining specific, worthwhile expectations that will make your life more meaningful. If you don’t have a written plan for your life, it may feel like you’re driving a car without having your hands on the wheel. The best way to predict your future is to create it. Are you a goal setter? Do you typically set goals at the first of the year? If not, why not? “With definite goals you release your own power, and things start happening.” Zig Ziglar This is a basic starting format for goal setting. You may feel you are being rushed or hurried. However, you will find that if you do not begin to make decisions you will tend to procrastinate and your history will simply repeat itself. A quick decision is often the best decision and is certainly better than no decision.

Basic Owner's Manual - Support - Panasonic

Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use. More detailed instructions on the operation of this camera are contained in “Owner’s Manual for advanced features (PDF format)” in the supplied disc. Install it on your PC to read it. Register online at www.panasonic.com/register (U.S. customers only) For USA and Puerto Rico assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or, contact us via the web at: http://www.panasonic.com/contactinfo P VQT4S89 M0113KZ0 Dear Customer, Thank you for choosing Panasonic! You have purchased one of the most sophisticated and reliable products on the market today. Used properly, we’re sure it will bring you and your family years of enjoyment. Please take time to fill in the information below. The serial number is on the tag located on the underside of your camera. Be sure to retain this manual as your convenient camera information source.

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-TS20 Panasonic LUMIX ... - B&H Photo Video

Shockproof To 5' (1.5 m) To 6.6' (2 m) Waterproof To 16' (5 m) To 40' (12 m) Freezeproof To 14°F (-10°C) To 14°F (-10°C) Crushproof N/A N/A Dustproof Equivalent IPX8/IPX6 Standards Equivalent IPX8/IPX6 Standards Image Sensor 12.1MP 1/2.33" CCD (primary color filter) Zoom 16.1MP 1/2.33" CCD (primary color filter) 4.5-18 mm (25-100 mm in 35 mm equivalent; 29-108 mm in 35 mm equivalent when recording video) / LUMIX DC VARIO Lens; 11 elements in 10 groups (5 aspherical lenses, 9 aspherical surfaces, 1 ED lens) Optical: 4x; Extra Optical Zoom (EZ): 5.1x Aperture Range f/3.9-5.7 (2-step); f/3.9-9 (W); f/5.7-13 f/3.3-5.9 (2-step); f/3.3-10 (W); f/5.9-18 Display 2.7" (6.7 cm) TFT-LCD with AR-coating; 2.7" (6.7 cm) TFT-LCD with AR-coating; high-angle mode; 100% FOV; power LCD high-angle mode; 100% FOV; power LCD mode; auto power LCD mode; 230K Dots mode; auto power LCD mode; 230K Dots Focus System Not specified Not specified Focus Range Normal W: 19.7"-infinity (50 cm-infinity); Normal T: 39.4"-infinity (100 cm-infinity); Macro, IA, Motion Picture W: 1.9"-infinity (5 cm-infinity); Macro, IA, Motion Picture T: 39.4"-infinity (100 cm-infinity) Normal W/T: 11.8"-Infinity (30 cminfinity); Macro/Intelligent Auto/Motion Picture W: 1.9"-infinity (5 cm-infinity); Macro/Intelligent Auto/Motion Picture T: 11.8"-Infinity (30 cm-infinity) Shutter Speed Normal, AF Macro, Macro Zoom, Quick AF (Al O ) AF T ki 1/1300-8 sec Normal / AF Macro / Macro Zoom, Quick AF O / Off (O i I t lli t A t ) 1/1300-60 sec Image File Format Stills: JPEG; Movies: MP4 Stills: JPEG; Movies: AVCHD, MP4; 3D Image: MPO Exposure Control / Mode Inteliigent Multiple / Auto (Program AE) Program AE, Manual Exposure Compensation ±1.0EV (1/3-1EV steps) ±2.0 EV (1/3 EV steps); Auto (AE) Bracketing: 1/3-1.0 EV step, Max: ±1.0 EV (3 frames) ISO Sensitivity (SOS: Standard Output Sensitivity) I.ISO, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600; High Sensitivity Mode: ISO 1600-6400 Auto, i.ISO, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600; High Sensitivity Mode: ISO 1600-6400 White Balance Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Shade, Incandescent, White Set Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Shade, Incandescent, White Set, White Balance Adjustment Focal Length/Lens Configuration Focus Mode 4.9-22.8 mm (28-128 mm in 35 mm equivalent) / LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR Lens; 10 elements in 8 groups (5 aspherical lenses, 6 aspherical surfaces, 1 ED lens) Optical: 4.6x / Digital: 4x / Intelligent:

VODKA PACKAGING AUDIT - Affinnova

in Affinnova Package Design Audits On shelf competition has never been higher, with consumers having more options and variations of products to choose from than ever before. What that has meant to marketers is that the package design of physical products is extraordinarily important. If a product isn’t standing out on shelf it’s losing the battle for relevance, mindshare and ultimately revenue. In fact, we know that more than 50% of purchase decisions are made at shelf for the majority of products, according to recent data. Regardless of the strength of a brand, a physical package must convey the appropriate messages, reasons to believe and entice a purchase. Brands must focus on the design of their package as much as their target audience, pricing and production costs in order to achieve significant retail results. With that in mind, Affinnova has embarked on an exercise in actively “auditing” package design effectiveness across a number of key consumer categories – everything from bubble gum to vodka to see who is truly “winning the battle on shelf.”

ISO/IEC 20000:2011 Documentation

ISO/IEC 20000:2011 documents are designed for ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011, IT service managements system. This document includes IT service management, procedures, policy, templates, audit checklist and more.

Where Australia Is Still Going Wrong With Cyber Security, An Abney Associates Tech Blog

The recently released Commission of Audit report recommends that the Australian government needs to become “digital by default“. The continued shift to digital service delivery is intended to reduce costs, improve quality of service and provide greater transparency. But it will also open up new vulnerabilities to cyber attacks that could be used to access secure and confidential data compromise the integrity of trusted authorities and disrupt critical services.

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