The Autodesk Inventor Publisher training course instructs Participants in best approaches for creating technical documentation using the Autodesk Inventor Publisher software. Through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum, Participants acquire the knowledge needed to create accurate and compelling documentation, and to publish it in a variety of supported formats.
The course progresses from the initial planning phase, in which you begin by reading in all of the source data and then adding the necessary annotations to create the product documentation. Publishing is the final step in the workflow. It enables you to take your authored Autodesk Inventor Publisher software documents, storyboards, or snapshots and save them in formats that can be opened by the intended users of the documentation. Single or multiple chapters are dedicated to each of these phases. To further practice the entire workflow, a project exercise has been included that only provides high level guidance to complete a project. The final chapter in the course covers the Autodesk Inventor Publisher Mobile (IPM) Viewer application that enables you to interactively view animated 3D assembly instructions that have been created with the Autodesk Inventor Publisher software.
Autodesk Inventor Publisher Overview
- What is Autodesk Inventor Publisher?
- Why Use Autodesk Inventor Publisher?
- Workflow Overview
- Performance and Capacity Tips
- Interface Overview
- Getting Started
- Importing CAD Data
- Publish Area
- Working with Associative Files
- Creating and Opening Existing Files
Authoring I - Basic Authoring
- Setting up your Story
- Set up a story
- Selecting Components
- Moving Components
- Creating Trail Lines
- Component Visibility
- Selecting and Moving Components
- Changing Your Viewpoint
- Modifying Snapshots
- Modifying Viewpoints and Snapshots
- Play Presentation
- Play the Storyboard
Authoring II - Model Appearance
- Background Appearance
- Component Appearance
- Background and Component Appearance
- Sectioning Components
- Creating Section Views
- Detail Views
- Creating Detail Views
Authoring III - Annotations
- Callouts and Labels
- Parts Lists
- Additional Annotations
- Exercise: Creating Annotations
- Optimizing for Animations
- Finishing your Animations
- Publishing Overview
- Publishing Documents
- Inventor Publisher Word Add-In
- Publishing Image Files
- Publishing Animations
- Interactive 3D Publishing
- Overview of the IPM Viewer
- Accessing Files on a Mobile Device
- Manipulating Files in the Mobile Viewer
Thanks to Xpertised and the tutor who walked me through all the topics with Practical exposure which is helping me in my current project.
Course was quite helpful in terms of understanding of concepts and practicality. Its really a very friendly environment to learn. The timing were mutually chosen, as we both are working professional.
I am quite satisfied with the course.