With new versions of software come new options. Ah, but where did my options go? In Autodesk Design Review 2009, you would open the Options dialog box by choosing Tools > Options. In Autodesk Design Review 2010, click the Application Button > Options.
As you peruse the 2010 Options, there’s a lot that will look familiar, but there are some differences. We’ve provided some assistance to help you locate the new and different options.
Notice the new Color Scheme setting, Automatic Palette Launching, and File Notifications [formerly File Warnings] choices.
There were no changes made to the Sheet, Model, GPS, SteeringWheels, or ViewCube tabs.
If Autodesk® AutoCAD® 2010 is installed, the DWG Viewing tab is available in the Design Review 2010 Options dialog box. The DWG Viewing tab enables you to set the conversion options when opening a DWG file in Design Review 2010.
Lastly, the PDF Conversion tab in the Options dialog box provides settings to help you control DWF file size and quality and when you open a PDF.
We hope these new options help you be more productive. For more information about any of these new options, be sure to check out the Design Review 2010 Help file.
Thank you to Chris Blocher, who put together this content for us.
Please let us know should you have any questions, comments or suggestions.